Bay Lake Appliance Repair
For expert Bay Lake appliance repair, homeowners call Hartman’s Appliance Repair. We offer Bay Lake appliance repair on an emergency or non-emergency basis. We fix your appliances right the first time so that you can get back to enjoying your life!
Our family has been providing superior appliance repair to Central Florida homeowners for more than 30 years.
Our Bay Lake appliance repair technicians are among the best trained and most professional in the industry. Our support staff oversees communication and will facilitate the entire process to get your Bay Lake appliance repairs completed fast.
Our Bay Lake appliance repair technicians’ goal is to repair your appliance as economically as possible. We are so sure you will be happy with our Bay Lake appliance repair services that we put it in writing – each and every estimate comes with a written part list, hourly rate, and all the other information that is pertinent to your appliance repair. Bay Lake customers often are our best referral source. Our Bay Lake appliance repair business has grown in leaps and bounds through word-of-mouth. We take pride in being a Bay Lake appliance repair company you would feel comfortable recommending to others.
More About Bay Lake
Bay Lake is a city in Orange County, Florida, United States. The population was 47 at the 2010 census. It is named after a lake located east of the Magic Kingdom. All four of the Walt Disney World theme parks, and one of the two water parks, are located in Bay Lake.
Bay Lake is one of two Florida municipalities controlled by the Walt Disney Company, the other being Lake Buena Vista. The city is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The only residents of the city are Disney employees and their immediate family members who live in a community on the north shore of Bay Lake (on Bay Court). The only landowners are fully owned subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company, rights-of-way for state and county roads, and five five-acre lots owned by senior Disney employees to give them voting power in the Reedy Creek Improvement District.