- Judd Refrigeration Ltd Total: 5 Avg: (4.2)
- 175 John F Kennedy Dr, Milson, Palmerston North 4414, New Zealand
- 06-358 0896,
- Central Rentals Total: 33 Avg: (4.8)
- 96 Princess St, Palmerston North, 4410, New Zealand
- 06-354 4737,
- Mac's Appliance Services Total: 7 Avg: (3.3)
- 1 Vernon Ave, Takaro, Palmerston North 4412, New Zealand
- 06-356 4000,
- Baker Refrigeration Total: 2 Avg: (5)
- 670 Tremaine Ave, Palmerston North, Papaioea 4414, New Zealand
- 06-357 6052,
- Leppard Electrical Appliance Services Total: 3 Avg: (3.7)
- 3 Hydrangea Lane, Milson, Palmerston North 4414, New Zealand
- 06-357 2785,
- Thermo King Manawatu Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- Roslyn, Palmerston North 4414, New Zealand
- 06-357 1342,
These appliance repair services are courteous and fast to get in touch. All of them provide good value for money repair costs. They are dependable, skilled service agents with plenty of experience in the industry. The repair companies can work on lots of types of appliance whiteware including fridges , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.
The companies will aim to repair all types of domestic appliance and will hope to fix the problem on the first visit. The repair services have a good reputation in the Bunnythorpe so you can count on them to give a good service.
We understand how you have a number of choices for whiteware repair services so we aim to please. As a result you can rely on us to do the job as quickly as possible getting your appliances working once more. If you have appliance issues near Bunnythorpe call now.
More About Bunnythorpe
Bunnythorpe is a village in the Manawatu-Wanganui region of New Zealand’s North Island, 10 km (6 mi) north of the region’s major city, Palmerston North. Dairy farms predominate the surrounding area but the community facilities include Bunnythorpe School, with a roll of about 80 pupils as of 2010 as well as a Rugby Football Club, Country Club and several manufacturing plants. The population was 222 in the 2013 census.
The North Island Main Trunk Railway passed over government owned land, which was subdivided and later became Bunnythorpe. The village takes its name from Henry Bunny, the Secretary-Treasurer of the Wellington Provincial Council, which functioned from 1853 to 1876.