Ruskin Appliance Repair
Best Appliance Repair Services In Ruskin
It is given that there are many people who worry about whom they should be calling for Ruskin appliance repairs. Whatever appliance you have that is not working anymore, you can trust Hartman’s Appliance Repair to fix it. We make sure that you can make use of your appliance again especially when the problem is not really serious. For all Ruskin appliance repairs, Hartman’s can deliver the kind of services that you are expecting from a professional appliance repair service provider.
Our family has been providing superior Ruskin appliance repair to homeowners for more than 30 years.
The team here at Hartman’s Ruskin appliance repair location, our goal is to ensure your satisfaction, while offering the highest level of professional service at affordable and competitive rates. Our highly skilled Ruskin appliance repair service technicians are trained on kitchen and laundry appliances. We have been making Ruskin appliance repairs for over thirty years. Our team is factory certified, licensed and insured.
More About Ruskin
The town of Ruskin and college were named after the English writer and social reformist John Ruskin. Ruskin, a utopian, founded the Guild of St George, a celebration of workmanship that underpinned the Arts and Crafts movement of William Morris. Ruskin was a passionate educator.
Today, Ruskin is developing to keep pace with the population explosion taking place in Apollo Beach, Riverview and Wimauma, Sun City Center. Ruskin is typically a very quiet town, with quick access, within 5-10 minutes, to I-75. From there you can hit the beaches, Tampa, St Petersburg/Clearwater, Bradenton, Sarasota, Brandon, etc. in 30-60 min of travel, depending on traffic.
Governor Rick Scott and Amazon announced in 2013 that Amazon would create 3,000 new jobs in Florida with its new warehouse in Ruskin. At more than one million square feet, the warehouse is about ten times the size of an average Home Depot. In 2014 Amazon spent $46 million for Kiva robots at the Ruskin facility. In 2016, Amazon announced it would add an on-site training center for employees to enroll in college courses.