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Related Businesses

  • Appliance Repair Care Ltd
  • Total: 18    Avg: (4.8)
  • 24 Bell St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
  • 06-345 5433,
  • Washtronix
  • Total: 1    Avg: (5)
  • 13 Pauls Rd, Wanganui East, Whanganui 4573, New Zealand
  • 06-343 9274,
  • Bruce's Electrical And Refridgeration
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 139B Ridgway St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
  • 021 439 137,
  • Excel Wanganui Ltd
  • Total: 1    Avg: (5)
  • 3 Cooks St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
  • 06-347 1824,

These appliance repair businesses are courteous and quick to respond. All of them provide fair pricing.  They are dependable, skilled service agents having plenty of experience in the industry. The repair companies will handle many types of domestic appliance including refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, dryers and cookers.

They are going to aim to repair all types of domestic appliance and will hope to repair your job first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Matahiwi therefore you can rely on them to give a good service.

We know how you will have a number of options in domestic appliance repairs but we aim to please. This means you can count upon us to do the job accurately to get your whiteware working again. If you have whiteware issues in Matahiwi ring today.


More About Matahiwi

Matahiwi is a farming community 55 kilometres (34 mi) upriver from Whanganui, New Zealand, home to the Māori hapū known as Ngā Poutama of the iwi Te Āti Haunui-a-Pāpārangi. The township takes its name from the bush-clad puke (hill) on the western side of the Whanganui River, right above the local marae, whose name translates as “the face on the ridge” (mata, face; hiwi, ridge).

The original settlement of Ngā Poutama was across the river at Hikurangi (also known as Poutama).[1] In the 1840s it had a population of about 200. Hikurangi was renamed in 1850 with the biblical name Karatia (Galatia), often spelled Karatea.[2] That settlement is now deserted; the urupa (burial ground) is still known as Hikurangi.