Chuluota Appliance Repair
Chuluota Appliance Repair
For a skilled Chuluota appliance repair technician, homeowners call Hartman’s Appliance Repair. We offer Chuluota appliance repair to residents in their homes for reasonable, competitive rates and often provide same-trip resolution to most appliance repairs. Chuluota repair technicians understand how precious your time is and that you don’t want to have to clean up a big mess once a repairman leaves. Hartman’s technicians are highly trained, professional and clean. Often our customers tell us that the repairman have left the area cleaner than it was when they arrived!
Our family has been providing superior appliance repair to Central Florida homeowners for more than 30 years.
Our Chuluota appliance repair service technicians have received years of hands-on training from the leading manufacturers and they are among the best prepared and most expert in the industry. Our staff cares about all of the correspondence and phone calls between our company and our customers. We encourage open and honest communication to get your Chuluota appliance repairs finished quickly and correctly.
Our Chuluota appliance repair professional will likely repair your appliance in one trip. The cost of the parts and the service call will be highly competitive. We are so certain you will be content with our Chuluota appliance repair that we recommend that you tell all your friends and family about your appliance repair. Chuluota residents have referred more business to us because of our high customer service standards and skilled workmanship that we welcome people talking about us behind our backs!
More About Chuluota
Chuluota is pronounced “Choo-lee-oh-tah”, meaning “Isle of Pines”, “Pine Island”, or “Land of Lakes and Pines” or “beautiful place”, depending upon whom you ask. The pronunciation is a derivative of the Creek Indian word “Chuluoto”.
Chuluota was first settled soon after the Civil War. Some of the area’s first white residents were from North Carolina who came here by ox cart seeking refuge from the war, and undoubtedly encountered Seminole Indians when they arrived. They found an area teeming with fish, deer, and wild hogs. Settlers developed orange groves, cattle ranches, a sawmill and turpentine production from the forests of pines. A railroad provided transportation for passengers and goods.
Chuluota’s survival was challenged by several events. First, the Great Freeze of 1894-1895 virtually decimated the thriving citrus industry. Next, development was stalled by the bust of the Florida land boom in the 1920s and Flagler’s death, and was finally devastated by the Great Depression of the 1930s. Bit by bit, the population of the hamlet dwindled. By the 1960s, new developers made plans to revitalize the community.
It is estimated that one thousand new homes have been built in the area since 2003.