St. Petersburg Appliance Repair
Skilled St. Petersburg Appliance Repair Service
We take pride in being a St. Petersburg appliance repair company you would feel comfortable recommending to others. And often that’s how we get new St. Petersburg appliance repair customers! Our St. Petersburg appliance repair technicians are so responsive, professional and helpful, they are oftentimes recommended to friends, business associates and neighbors.
St. Petersburg appliance repairs are guaranteed for your satisfaction. We’re known throughout our service area as the most skilled St. Petersburg appliance repair professionals and we look forward to servicing you soon.
Servicing All Makes and Models
Substantial changes in household appliances have occurred in the last 20 years due to technological advances. This provides many challenges for less experienced technicians; however the St. Petersburg appliance repair technicians who work for Hartman’s have all been trained in the latest technologies for all makes and models available in today’s market. Our St. Petersburg appliance repair service technicians have taken advantage of the new tools available and ensure that we can continue to do business and be recognized for our proficiency. As a result, we continue to provide excellent customer service, as reflected by our customer’s referrals and continued growth of our St. Petersburg appliance repair team.
More About St. Petersburg
Saint Petersburg, city, Pinellas county, west-central Florida, and is situated at the southern tip of Pinellas Peninsula on Tampa Bay, about 15 miles southeast of Clearwater and 20 miles southwest of Tampa. Those three cities form one of the state’s largest metropolitan areas. It is part of Florida’s “Sun Coast” region.
St. Petersburg is a city on Florida’s gulf coast, part of the Tampa Bay area. It’s known for its pleasant weather (hence its “Sunshine City” nickname), making it popular for golfing, boating, fishing and beach going. Its waterfront parks host the Dali Museum, featuring surrealist works of art; the Museum of Fine Arts, with works ranging from ancient to contemporary; and Mahaffey Theater, home of the Florida Orchestra.
Tourism remains the basis of St. Petersburg’s economy, and the region is a popular retirement area. High-technology industries, manufacturing – including office equipment, electronics, and optical products, fishing, and services are also important. The city is connected by several bridges to the west with a string of sandy islands between the Gulf of Mexico and Boca Ciega Bay; seaside communities such as St. Pete Beach are located there. To the south, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge across the lower bay links the city to Bradenton and Sarasota.