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  • True Builders Inc.
  • Total: 175    Avg: (4.8)
  • 4000 N Frontage Rd, Plant City, FL 33565, USA
  • (863) 647-1800,
  • Electro Joe LLC
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  • 3030 Turkey Creek Rd, Plant City, FL 33566, USA
  • (813) 765-1505,

Our appliance repair support services are fast, friendly, and will not break the bank. We are dependable, skilled and our technicians are the very best in the industry. We can tackle any type of task you throw at us. There is no job too large or too small for us, if your needs involve appliance repair in Plant City, we can and will consult with you to do the job right the very first time. We are trusted, experienced, and our clients depend on us when they need any kind of appliance repair in and around Plant City.

We realize that you and your family have many choices in appliance repair providers. But here at Alchemy Digital Media, our crew of experts strongly believes in caring for our customers with the highest levels of quality, virtue, and performance in the business. You can depend on us to accomplish the job quickly, but correctly. Never hesitate to get in touch with us, day or night. We are always available, even emergencies! You can trust us for every one of your appliance repair services needs right here in Plant City.

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More About Plant City

 

Plant City is an incorporated city in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States, approximately midway between Brandon and Lakeland along Interstate 4. The population was 34,721 at the 2010 census.[5]

Despite many thinking it was named for flora grown at plant nurseries (especially vegetables and fruits, as well as tropical houseplants) in its tropical Gulf Coast climate, it was named after prominent railroad developer Henry B. Plant[6] (see Plant System). Plant City is known as the winter strawberry capital of the world[7] and hosts the annual Florida Strawberry Festival in the late winter (usually in February or early March), which is attended by people from all over the United States as well as many people from around the world.