Tangerine Appliance Repair
For the chief Tangerine appliance repair company, residents call Hartman’s Appliance Repair. We offer Tangerine appliance repair on a crisis or non-emergency basis. We will repair your appliances during the first service trip, or we will give you an estimated time for us to order your part and then make the repair. Most service calls are completed within one trip.
Our family has been providing superior appliance repair to Central Florida homeowners for more than 30 years.
Our Tangerine appliance repair specialists are among the best educated and most experienced in the business. Our entire staff puts communication as a key part of our service business and we to get your Tangerine appliance repairs finished quickly.
Our Tangerine appliance repair technicians will likely repair your appliance in the most cost-effective manner possible. We are so certain you will be content with our Tangerine appliance repair services that we have put into place a special guarantee – that every single service will accompany a composed part list, hourly rate, and all the various data that is correlated to your appliance repair. Tangerine clients frequently are our best referral source. Our Tangerine appliance repair business has developed by a wide margin through word of mouth. We take pride in being a Tangerine appliance repair organization you would feel good to refer to your friends and family.
More About Tangerine
Tangerine, Florida was the adopted home of novelist, journalist and government consultant Harry Hart Frank (born Chicago, Illinois, 1908; died Jacksonville, Florida, 1964).
Under the pen name Pat Frank, his classic 1959 post-apocalyptic novel Alas, Babylon is set in the fictional Central Florida small town (stated pop. 3,500) of “Fort Repose”. Fort Repose, although fictional, is a clearly drawn composite, representative of many small isolated native-settler Florida communities of the period. The actual town of Mount Dora, 4 miles north of Tangerine, has been stated as a specific inspiration for Fort Repose, with Frank’s fictional shantytown “Pistolville” said to have been named for Mt. Dora’s area of the same name.
The setting for the popular young adult novel Tangerine by Edward Bloor is a fictional book based in Tangerine, Florida, located in the Gainesville area and having no relation to the actual Tangerine, Florida.
Tangerine is indicated as the hiding place of former bank robber Doug MacRay in The Town.
The population was 2,865 at the 2010 census.