Temple Terrace Appliance Repair
Best Appliance Repair Services In Temple Terrace
All of our Temple Terrace appliance repair technicians are highly skilled. They are trained in doing Temple Terrace appliance repairs for laundry and kitchen appliances and they have more than thirty years of professional work experience with factory service. Our technicians are also certified, insured and of course licensed.
Our family has been providing superior Temple Terrace appliance repair to homeowners for more than 30 years.
With more than thirty years of experience and the continuous Temple Terrace appliance training that our technicians go through, there is definitely no doubt that they can keep pace with the emerging technology in their work field. They are working closely with the latest engineering design to keep up with the changes in the field and make sure that they can skillfully make Temple Terrace appliance repairs whatever types or brands of appliances the customers may have.
More About Temple Terrace
Temple Terrace is a clean, diverse, small city with reasonably affordable housing. It is a college adjacent community with many restaurants, shops, banks and grocery stores in the area. The city is well situated near other municipalities and attractions like Busch Gardens and the Tampa Museum of Science and Industry. The commute to USF, downtown Tampa, New Tampa, and Brandon is short and the city is near major highways.
Temple Terrace is currently in the process of redeveloping 50 acres in the southeast quadrant of its 1960s-era downtown. The goal of the city is to build a mixed-use, medium-density, pedestrian-oriented downtown.
The city hired noted town planner Torti Gallas and Partners in 2004 to create a New Urbanist master plan and redevelopment code for the entire 225-acre downtown area, all with citizen input. The site of the new downtown area is the site of the downtown area that was originally planned in the 1920s but never built because of the Great Depression. Many of the planning concepts and architecture of the redevelopment area are based on the original plan and Temple Terrace’s unique 1920s historic Mediterranean Revival architecture.