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For more than 20 years, the residents of Venetian Islands, FL have been depending on All World Appliance Repair for all their appliance repair needs. Our family-owned and operated, fully licensed and insured company provides Miami-Dade County with the highest quality appliance repair services. Our technicians, parts professionals, and staff receive extensive training to ensure they deliver the most reliable results, and our entire team is committed to meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of each and every client we serve. All work is fully guaranteed and all parts that we use are backed by a full factory warranty. We service all types and brands of appliances, so whether it’s your Maytag refrigerator or your LG dishwasher, you can count on our team to fully restore all of your appliances.
Refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, washing machines, and dryers; appliances power your Miami-Dade County home and make your life a whole lot easier. With regular use, age, and general wear-and-tear, even highest-end, most durable constructed appliances, however, can eventually fail.
Faulty appliances are more than just an inconvenience; they can be a serious hazard. By being aware of the signs that your appliances are malfunctioning, you can avoid being inconvenienced and protect your safety.
How do you know when you need to contact an appliance repair service? Pay attention to these essential components of your Miami-Dade County home. If you notice any of the following, you’re definitely going to want to get in touch with a Venetian Islands, FL appliance repair specialist.
Do you notice unusual heat coming from any of your Miami-Dade County appliances? If so, this is a definite warning sign that you need to schedule an appointment with a Venetian Islands, FL appliance repair company. Excess heat is an indication that one of the internal components has malfunctioned. Avoid using the appliance in question until you have it inspected by a home appliance repair expert.
Is your refrigerator making clunking noises? Do you hear a buzzing sound coming from your oven? Is your clothes dryer whirring? Strange sounds are a telltale sign that something is wrong with your appliances. If you hear anything unusual coming from one of your appliances, don’t ignore it; put a call into a Venetian Islands, FL appliance repair company right away.
If you see sparks coming from one of your appliances, something is definitely wrong. Stop using the machine, turn off the power supply to the appliance, and call a Miami-Dade County company that offers 24-hour appliance repair services. If you neglect to have the issue addressed and continue using the appliance, there’s a serious chance that a fire can break out.
An Appliance Isn’t Operating Properly
It goes without saying that your appliances should work properly; therefore, if they aren’t functioning as well as they normally do or they stop working altogether, the machines definitely need to be fixed. For instance, if it takes longer than usual for your dryer to dry your laundry, or if your oven continuously burns your supper, something is amiss. A reputable Venetian Islands, FL appliance repair specialist will be able to detect and correct the problem.
Contact Miami-Dade County’s Top-Rated Appliance Repair Service
If you’re having issues with your oven, refrigerator, micro
wave, washing machine, or any other appliance that powers your Miami-Dade County home, contact All World Appliance Repair. With more than 20 years of combined experience and a proven track record of success, you can count on our team of professionally trained Venetian Islands, FL appliance repair technicians to have your appliances back up and running in no time. For more information or to request a free price quote, dial 888-411-2009 today!
The Venetian Islands are a chain of artificial islands in Biscayne Bay in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The islands are, from west to east: Biscayne Island (Miami), San Marco Island (Miami), San Marino Island, Di Lido Island, Rivo Alto Island, and Belle Isle. Flagler Monument Island remains an uninhabited picnic island, originally built in 1920 as a memorial to railroad pioneer Henry Flagler. The islands are connected by bridges from the Miami mainland to Miami Beach.
The Venetian Islands project was proposed to be much larger than what exists today. Another causeway was to be built, called ‘The Drive of the Campanili.’ The causeway would connect Hibiscus Island (south of the Venetian Islands) with Di Lido Island. The road would then continue north right up the center of Biscayne Bay, with five new islands created along its path. The roadway would then veer slightly to the northeast, where it would end at Indian Creek Village. An additional four islands would be built along two east-west roads that would connect with the causeway. One of these roads was along the current route of the Julia Tuttle Causeway and the other along the current route of the 79th Street Causeway.
The original bridge (called the Collins Bridge) was built by farmer and developer John S. Collins with financial assistance from automotive parts and racing pioneer Carl G. Fisher. At the time it was completed, it was the longest wooden bridge in the world. The 2½ mile wooden toll bridge opened on June 12, 1913, providing a critical link to the newly established city of Miami Beach, formerly accessible only by a ferry service.
While none of these islands were built, the foundation pillings for one of them can still be seen in Central Biscayne Bay between Di Lido Island and the Julia Tuttle Causeway. The island was to be called Isola di Lolando. The demise of the island construction was due to a combination of the aftermath of the 1926 Miami Hurricane and the end of the Florida land boom of the 1920s. The Shoreland Company went bankrupt in 1927 due to objections of ‘further mutilation of the waterway’.
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