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Related Businesses

  • Mytronics Limited
  • Total: 1    Avg: (4)
  • 300 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8830,
  • Gisborne Refrigeration Services Ltd
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 211 Stanley Rd, Awapuni, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 021 242 5269,
  • Butler & Hewitt Ltd
  • Total: 9    Avg: (4.2)
  • 54 Munroe St, Napier South, Napier 4110, New Zealand
  • 06-835 3104,
  • Electronic Systems Service Group
  • Total: 1    Avg: (5)
  • 346 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8081,
  • Liquid Self Service Laundromats
  • Total: 25    Avg: (4.1)
  • 230 Lytton Rd, Te Hapara, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 7368,

These appliance repair businesses are courteous and fast to get in touch. They provide fair pricing.  They are reliable, skilled technicians having lots of years in the industry. They can tackle lots of types of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.

The companies are going to aim to repair any types of appliances and will aim to fix the issue first time.  The repair services have a good reputation in the Mahia therefore you will be able to rely on them to provide good service.

We realise that you have a number of choices for appliance repair services so we strive to do a good job. As a result people can count on us to do the repair work promptly getting your whiteware working again. If you have any whiteware repair work in Mahia ring now.


More About Mahia

Mahia Peninsula (Maori: “Māhia” or “Te Māhia”),[1] is located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, in the Hawke’s Bay region, between the cities of Napier and Gisborne.

Rocket Lab has set up its Launch Complex 1 close to Ahuriri Point at the southern tip of the peninsula to launch its Electron rocket. Test launches of the Electron started in 2017. During regular operations, it will be used as a commercial launcher of small satellites in the range of 300-500 pounds, and miniature satellites called CubeSats.[2] New Zealand’s first orbital space launch took place from Launch Complex 1 on 21 January 2018.