- Appliance Doctor Waikato Limited Total: 6 Avg: (4.2)
- 45 Corrin St, Melville, Hamilton 3206, New Zealand
- 07-847 0000,
- Doug Robinson Appliances Ltd Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 25/49B Tawn Pl, Te Rapa, Hamilton 3200, New Zealand
- 07-847 7900,
- Home Appliance Repairs Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 87 Thompson St, Leamington, Cambridge 3432, New Zealand
- 07-827 5809,
- Lawrence's Home Appliance Centre Total: 19 Avg: (4.2)
- Clyde Street Shopping Centre, 20 Clyde St, Hamilton East, Hamilton 3216, New Zealand
- 07-856 7612,
- Kings Radio Service Total: 19 Avg: (4.3)
- 36 Harwood St, Hamilton North 3204, New Zealand
- 07-839 3912,
- Five Star Appliances Total: 24 Avg: (4.6)
- 8/21 Railside Pl, Dinsdale, Hamilton 3204, New Zealand
- 07-856 7711,
The appliance repair businesses are friendly and fast to respond. They offer fair repair costs. They are dependable, skilled technicians with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. They will tackle many types of domestic appliance including refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, dryers and cookers.
They will aim to repair all sorts of appliances and will hope to fix the job first time. The repair companies are well-known in the Kawhia therefore you will be able to depend on them to offer good repair job.
We know how you have a number of choices in appliance repair services so we strive to do a good job. As a result people are able to count upon us to do the job accurately getting your appliances operating once more. If you have any domestic appliance repair work in Kawhia call today.
More About Kawhia
Kawhia Harbour (Maori: “Kāwhia”) is one of three large natural inlets in the Tasman Sea coast of the Waikato region of New Zealand’s North Island. It is located to the south of Raglan Harbour, Ruapuke and Aotea Harbour, 40 kilometres southwest of Hamilton. Kawhia is part of the Otorohanga District Council. It has a high-tide area of 68 km2 (26 sq mi) and a low-tide area of 18 km2 (6.9 sq mi).
The settlement of Kawhia is located on the northern coast of the inlet, and was an important port in early colonial New Zealand.
The area of Kawhia comprises 16 to 20 hectares (40 to 50 acres) and is the town block that was owned by the New Zealand Government. The government bought it from the Europeans in 1880 “not from the original Māori owners, but from the a European who claimed ownership in payment of money owed by another European”.