Marlin James is the #1 rated HVAC Company in Treasure Island, FL

When you need service, call us any time of day or night at 813-689-0817

Marlin James has provided HVAC services to Treasure Island since 1994. In that time, we have increased the number of HVAC services we provide our customers. Our customers trust us to give an honest opinion and give the best service and craftsmanship in the Tampa Bay area. Also, we provide service for all cities in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Pasco counties.

Marlin James is always available to help our customers in Treasure Island, FL

In fact, we are available for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. So whether you need service at 2 a.m. in mid-July or at 2 p.m. on New Year’s Day, we will show up at your doorstep ready to help get your HVAC system running again so you can be comfortable in your home. Our company motto has always been to provide outstanding service and craftsmanship to our customers.
Our customers have also always appreciated that we offer them an honest opinion. We won’t ever push adding additional products to your system, but we will make recommendations if it will help the health of your home or business and the people occupying it.
Our team of comfort advisors, technicians, and installers have extensive on-the-job training with our company before working in our customer’s homes and businesses. This is how we ensure they are comfortable with the Marlin James way of providing service. Our unique approach to servicing the HVAC systems in our customer’s homes is why we are continuously voted the #1 HVAC service company.
Contact Marlin James today at 813-689-0817 and see why we are the best in the business.

Fun Facts about Treasure Island, FL

Did You Know? Treasure Island’s first residents were the Timucuan Indians, whose first settlements date back over 1,700 years. The Spanish explorers came to this Gulf Coast Island in 1528 and forced the Indians to flee. The island stayed mostly unoccupied until the 18th century, when pirates and smugglers found safety along the remote coastline. Settlers, too, started to discover the island, and by the late 19th century, several small communities had been founded. In 1908, the state of Florida sold the island to Thomas F. Pierce for $1.25 per acre.