- B W O'Brien & Co Ltd - Heatpump, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration Total: 4 Avg: (3.8)
- 138 Dixon St, Masterton 5810, New Zealand
- 06-378 2288,
- HANLON TISCO Total: 3 Avg: (5)
- 109 Queen St, Masterton 5810, New Zealand
- 06-378 2118,
- Devenport Electrical Total: 10 Avg: (4.5)
- 38 Bentley St, Masterton 5810, New Zealand
- 06-377 5067,
- Leatherwise Total: 4 Avg: (5)
- Masterton Business Units 225 Ngaumutawa Rd, Solway, Masterton 5810, New Zealand
- 027 565 9244,
- Wairarapa Electrical & Appliances (2017) Ltd Total: 6 Avg: (4.5)
- 34-36 High St S, Carterton 5713, New Zealand
- 06-379 8930,
The appliance repair companies are friendly and quick to get in touch. All of them offer good value for money pricing. They are dependable, professional, qualified technicians with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. The repair companies will tackle many types of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.
The companies will aim to repair any sorts of appliances and will aim to fix the problem on the first visit. The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Bideford therefore you will be able to count on them to provide a good service.
We realise that you have a range of options in appliance repair services so we strive to do a good job. This means people are able to depend upon us to do the repair work promptly getting your domestic appliances operating again. If you have whiteware problems near Bideford ring today.
More About Bideford
Bideford (/ˈbɪdɪfərd/ BID-ə-fərd) is a historic port town on the estuary of the River Torridge in north Devon, south-west England. It is the main town of the Torridge local government district.
In ancient records Bideford is recorded as Bedeford, Byddyfrod, Bedyford, Bydeford, Bytheford and Biddeford. The etymology of the name means “by the ford”, and records show that before there was a bridge there was a ford at Bideford where River Torridge is estuarine, and at low tide it is possible, but not advisable, to cross the river by wading on foot.
The Welsh bydd y ffordd means “this is the way” or “this is the road”.