Tarpon Springs knows who to call for the best HVAC service – Marlin James

To schedule service today, contact us at 813-689-0817

Since 1994, Tarpon Springs has enjoyed HVAC service from Marlin James. Over the past 25 years, we added numerous services to the list that we offer our customers. Being a reliable company, our customers appreciate that we are available for all of their HVAC needs. In Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Pasco counties, we are the leader among our competitors.

Tarpon Springs residents trust Marlin James for all their HVAC needs

When you need HVAC service, you want a company that provides the best service, craftsmanship, and is honest and reliable. Marlin James ticks off all of those boxes on the checklist and more because we have been providing HVAC service to Tarpon Springs and surrounding communities for over 25 years. We understand the need for immediate service when your air conditioning breaks in the middle of summer,
and we will help you choose the best HVAC system for your home or business when it needs replacing.
Our staff of comfort advisor, technicians, and installers are all there to help support you when you need us. Our customers can count on us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. The honest opinions we always give our customers have been the reason that they continue to come to us for all of their HVAC needs.
Contact Marlin James at 813-689-0817 and see firsthand why we are rated #1!

Fun Facts about Tarpon Springs, FL

Did You Know? The first settlers in the area now known as Tarpon Springs were A.W. Ormond and his daughter, Mary. They arrived in 1876. They built a cabin near Spring Bayou. J.C. Boyer, an adventurer from Nassau, sailed into the Bayou. He and Mary Ormond were soon married. One year after the arrival of the Ormond’s, George Inness, an American landscape artist, discovered the beauty in the Bayou. He and his son, George, Jr., painted the scenes found in the area. Mary was very pleased with her home. She especially liked the great fish that inhabited the Bayou. They would leap into the air and spray water. In 1879, she named the small settlement Tarpon Springs.