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  • Cnr Manukorihi Drive and Paora St Unit 5 Kea Building, Showroom 2, Kawerau 3169, New Zealand
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  • Ranfurly Ct, Kawerau 3127, New Zealand
  • 07-323 8149,

These appliance repair services are friendly and quick to get in touch. They provide fair repair costs.  They are dependable, skilled repairers having lots of experience in the industry. They will work on lots of sorts of appliance whiteware ranging from refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and ovens.

They are going to work on all types of domestic appliance and will aim to repair the issue first time.  The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Kawerau therefore you will be able to depend on them to give good repair job.

We understand how you will have a number of options for domestic appliance repair companies but we strive to do a good job. As a result you can count on us to do the job as quickly as possible getting your domestic appliances operating once more. For domestic appliance repair work in Kawerau call now.


More About Kawerau

Kawerau is a town in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is situated 100 km south-east of Tauranga and 58 km east of Rotorua.[2] It is the seat of the Kawerau District Council, and the only town in Kawerau District.

Kawerau is a small community, with an economy that is largely driven by the nearby pulp and paper mill that is run by Norske Skog and Carter Holt Harvey. It is located along State Highway 34, southwest of Onepu, and is the terminus of the East Coast Main Trunk Railway, and the commencing point of the Murupara Branch railway.