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  • Specialty Appliance
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  • 2130 SW Poma Dr, Palm City, FL 34990, USA
  • (772) 781-9981,
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  • 6650 W Indiantown Rd 230 #28, Jupiter, FL 33458, USA
  • (561) 670-4444,

Our appliance repair services are fast, courteous, and will not cost a fortune. We are qualified, professional and our repair professionals are the very best in the industry. We can tackle any type of project you toss at us. There is absolutely no job too big or too small for us, if your needs consist of appliance repair in Indiantown, we can and will consult with you to get the job done right the very first time. We are trusted, experienced, and our customers rely on us when they require any kind of appliance repair in and around Indiantown.

We understand that you and your family members have many choices in appliance repair service providers. But here at Alchemy Digital Media, our team of professionals believes in looking after our clients with the highest standards of quality, virtue, and performance in the industry. You can depend on us to carry out the job swiftly, but the right way. Never hesitate to call on us, day or night. We are always on call, even emergencies! You can count on us for all of your appliance repairs needs right here in Indiantown.

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More About Indiantown

 

Indiantown is a village in Martin County, Florida, United States. The population was 6,083 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Port St. Lucie Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Indiantown was originally established by the Seminole people as a trading post. Tribes fleeing southwards from the US Army after the First Seminole War found the area an attractive place to settle due to a relatively higher elevation and ample hunting and fishing spots. It was then settled by white American migrants in the 1890s.[3]