Bloomingdale Appliance Repair
Appliance Repair Bloomingdale
Hartman’s Appliance Repair is your go-to company for dependable, quality appliance repair in Bloomingdale. Our team of expert technicians is committed to delivering exceptional results in a timely manner, whether you need repairs, replacement parts, or general maintenance. Our appliance repair Bloomingdale team ensures that residents receive quick, reasonably priced services that work around their schedules.
Our family has been providing superior Bloomingdale appliance repair to homeowners for more than 30 years.
Hartman’s Appliance Repair offers fast, reliable, and efficient service and Bloomingdale appliance repairs from highly qualified technicians. We implement the latest technology, advanced equipment, and fully stocked service vehicles to ensure we are always prepared to resolve our customers’ Bloomingdale appliance repair concerns. All of our work and labor is guaranteed on our appliance repair in Bloomingdale. If your appliances are in need of repair, call us today!
More About Bloomingdale
Bloomingdale, Florida was settled some time before 1850. Bloomingdale School was founded in 1884, which in 1897 became a teacher’s institute, training an average of 54 teachers at a time from as far north as Gainesville and as far south as Dade County. In 1890, the railway was routed through Brandon, and Bloomingdale began to decline as businessmen like D.J. Galvin, who owned a feed store on the property that is now Mulrennan Middle School, moved to Brandon for access to all the benefits provided by the railroad. In 1910, the post office closed. In 1920, the school closed and the students were sent to Brandon instead. The community declined, or at best remained stable until the 1960s, when it became a bedroom community for Tampa.
The unemployment rate in Bloomingdale is 4.5%, which is below the U.S. average of 5.2%. Recent job growth is Positive. Bloomingdale jobs have increased by 1.62%. Compared to the rest of the country, Bloomingdale’s cost of living is 4.00% higher than the U.S. average. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 64.46%. The average commute time is 33 minutes, which is slightly longer than the national average of 26 minutes.