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  • Paul W Long Major Appliances
  • Total: 9    Avg: (4.6)
  • 3311 Tyrone Blvd N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710, USA
  • (727) 347-0351,
  • Sears Appliance Repair
  • Total: 8    Avg: (1.8)
  • 4501 66th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709, USA
  • (727) 440-2355,
  • Better Homes Appliance Services
  • Total: 4    Avg: (4)
  • St. Petersburg, FL 33710, USA
  • (727) 343-9449,
  • ATS.Inc Appliance / TV Repair
  • Total: 19    Avg: (2.2)
  • P.O. Box 40954, St. Petersburg, FL 33743, United States
  • (727) 327-5900,
  • American Appliance Inc
  • Total: 171    Avg: (3.9)
  • 4257 54th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33714, USA
  • (727) 527-3854,
  • Steve's Appliance Repair
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 3223 25th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713, USA
  • (727) 492-8101,

The appliance repair businesses are friendly and fast to get in touch. They offer fair repair costs.  They are reliable, skilled service agents having lots of years in the appliance repair sector. They will handle many types of appliance whiteware including fridges , freezers, washers, clothes dryers and cookers.

They will work on any types of domestic appliance and will aim to fix the issue first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Katiki so you can rely on them to give a good service.

We know how you have a range of options for domestic appliance repair companies but we strive to do a good job. This means people are able to rely on us to do the job promptly to get your domestic appliances operating once more. If you have domestic appliance repair work in Katiki ring now.


More About Katiki

Katiki is a small settlement in North Otago, New Zealand. It lies between the townships of Palmerston and Hampden on State Highway 1 at the northern end of Katiki Beach, close to the Moeraki Peninsula. The tip of the peninsula, Katiki Point, is the site of Katiki Point Lighthouse. The scenic reserve of Trotter’s Gorge is located just inland of Katiki.

There is uncertainty about the origin of the name, though it could have originally been Ka tiki (“The carved figures”). The settlement was called Kartigi until 1927, this former name stressing the local Southern Māori pronunciation. The town no longer has any signage but for a small bridge sign ‘Katiki bridge’. Further north along the coast from the lighthouse are two small settlements called the Katiki Kaiks (“kaik” is the Southern Maori version of the term kainga, meaning village). The houses at the kaiks are very basic and predominantly cribs (holiday homes). Property is difficult to attain there as it cannot be purchased, only leased.