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The appliance repair services are friendly and quick to respond. They provide good value for money repair costs.  They are dependable, experienced repairers having lots of years in the appliance repair sector. They can tackle lots of sorts of appliance whiteware including fridges , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.

They will work on any sorts of appliances and will hope to fix the job on the first visit.  The repair companies are well-known in the Ahuroa therefore you will be able to rely on them to offer good service.

We understand how you will have a number of options for appliance repairs but we aim to please. As a result you are able to depend upon us to do the job accurately to get your domestic appliances working again. For appliance problems near Ahuroa call today.


More About Ahuroa

Ahuroa is a locality in the Rodney District of New Zealand. Puhoi is to the south-east, Warkworth to the north-east, and Kaipara Flats to the north. The North Auckland railway line passes through the area.[1][2]

The North Auckland Line reached Ahuroa from Kaukapakapa in 1905, allowing exploitation of the local forests.[3] Because it had a railway station, the road between Ahuroa and Glorit on the western coast was chosen to be a highway in the late 1920s, and metalled.[4]