East Tamaki

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Related Businesses

  • East City Stove Repairs
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 22 Cascades Rd, Pakuranga, Auckland 2010, New Zealand
  • 0274 516 454,
  • Appliance Outlet Ltd
  • Total: 58    Avg: (3.9)
  • 335 Ti Rakau Dr, Burswood, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-576 1333,
  • I Fix 4U Ltd
  • Total: 26    Avg: (2.5)
  • 138j Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-271 6262,
  • Fisher & Paykel Appliances
  • Total: 37    Avg: (2.3)
  • 78 Springs Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 0800 372 273,
  • SafeGas
  • Total: 6    Avg: (3)
  • 18 Polaris Pl, East Tamaki, Manukau 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-273 1515,
  • Remade Appliances
  • Total: 6    Avg: (5)
  • 30 Springs Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-274 7265,

These appliance repair services are friendly and fast to respond. They offer good value for money pricing.  They are reliable, skilled technicians having lots of years in the industry. The repair companies will work on many types of domestic appliance including fridges , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.

The companies are going to work on all sorts of appliances and will aim to repair the job first time.  The repair companies have a good reputation in the East Tamaki so you will be able to depend on them to offer a good service.

We realise how you will have a range of options in appliance repairs so we strive to do a good job. As a result you are able to count upon us to do the job accurately to get your whiteware operating once more. If you have whiteware repair work in East Tamaki ring now.

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More About East Tamaki

East Tamaki is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It is a largely industrial area[1] adjacent to a rapidly growing population. Prior to the 1960s it was largely a dairy farming area. A landmark is Smales Mountain which in 2010 has the remains of an old Pa, a stone field garden, an early church, and farm homestead. A newer landmark is the Fo Guang Shan Temple which was the largest Buddhist temple in New Zealand when it opened in 2007.[2]