Wimauma Appliance Repair
Best Appliance Repair Services In Wimauma
Here at the local Wimauma appliance repair office, we have a goal of providing Wimauma appliance repair services that will satisfy you. All of the Wimauma appliance repair services that we can offer are of the highest level of quality as well as being affordable and competitive. Our affordable Wimauma appliance repair rates come with excellent customer service and professional treatment of you, your home and appliances. We will not compromise anything from the services that we will render.
Our family has been providing superior Wimauma appliance repair to homeowners for more than 30 years.
We, at Hartman’s Appliance Repair, welcome all clients needing to set an appointment for our Wimauma appliance repair services. For those who just want to set a specific date for a Wimauma appliance repair that is no problem. Wimauma appliance repair services can be easily requested online or via the telephone. Once you set the Wimauma appliance repair appointment with us, expect that we will be sending a team of expert Wimauma appliance repair technicians to your home that can render and perform the services you need.
More About Wimauma
The Wimauma area is a very family orientated and neighborhoods are quiet and clean. Wimauma has numerous shopping areas and local entertainment. Wimauma is bordered to the north by Balm, to the west by Sun City Center, and to the south by Manatee County.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the Wimauma CDP has a total area of 25.3 square miles, of which 25.0 square miles land and 0.2 square miles, or 0.99%, are water.
Captain C.H. Davis founded Wimauma in 1902. It was located on a 55-mile railroad route that was built south from Durant to Manatee County and into Sarasota, with construction starting in 1895. In 1902, Capt. Davis helped to build the railroad connecting Turkey Creek and Bradenton. Davis named the town by taking the first letters of the names of his three daughters, Wilma, Maude, and Mary.
The town was officially incorporated in 1925 as the county’s fourth municipality, but the city government ceased to function some time in the 1930s. In 1993 this fact was rediscovered, but it was concluded that the incorporation was no longer valid after about 60 years without a city government. The railroad depot in Wimauma served as a passenger stop until 1968. The railroad tracks were removed in 1984 and the station had already been razed years before that.