Tangelo Park Appliance Repair
The best professionals are the ones who are receptive to your needs for home appliance repair. Tangelo Park homeowners comprehend that Hartman’s is the one-stop answer for the City of Tangelo Park appliance repair. Not only does the company respond to service requests 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, property holders requiring Tangelo Park appliance repairs realize that they will get itemized repair estimates and professional repair help once our staff arrives. Also, we offer some of the most competitive prices on parts and repair rates.
Our family has been providing superior appliance repair to Central Florida homeowners for more than 30 years.
By concentrating on servicing our customers and providing exceptional customer service, our Tangelo Park appliance repair specialists have permitted us to become the go-to organization for all appliance repairs. Tangelo Park locals frequently tell others about us because of our service. If you want to get a reference from one of our clients, just ask! Referral business is the means by which our business continues to grow and we’re happy to have others talking about us – even behind our backs!
For all Tangelo Park appliance repair issues you may have, contact the experts at Hartman’s. Our Tangelo Park appliance repair professionals are ready to service your appliances.
More About Tangelo Park
Tangelo Park, Florida is served by Orange County Public Schools. Education is provided through Tangelo Park Elementary School, Southwest Middle School, and Doctor Phillips High School.
In 1993, Harris Rosen “adopted” Tangelo Park, offering free preschool for children in the community and funding university and college educations for high school graduates from Tangelo Park. He has donated about $10 million since the “adoption.”
Harris Rosen (born September 9, 1939 in Manhattan, New York) is an American businessman and investor. He founded Rosen Hotels & Resorts in 1974, and serves as the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer.
Rosen is widely known in the Central Florida area due to his philanthropy, and was named the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Floridian of the Year in 2011.
Rosen started his career at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City as a convention salesman, and worked at other hotels including various Hilton Hotels, and the New Yorker Hotel. Rosen eventually joined the Walt Disney Company as Director of Hotel Planning.
In 1974 (during the height of the 1973 oil crisis), Rosen left Disney and purchased his first hotel, a Quality Inn on International Drive in Southwest Orlando (Orange County; now Rosen Inn International). Today, Rosen Hotels & Resorts administers 6,300 rooms, has 3,500 employees, and is valued at over $500 million.