- Muirs Radiators Total: 3 Avg: (4.7)
- 30 Gorton St, Gore 9710, New Zealand
- 03-208 7746,
- 100% SELECTRIX Gore Total: 7 Avg: (4.7)
- 28 Main St, Gore 9710, New Zealand
- 03-208 4012,
- Appliance Repairs Invercargill Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 146 Clyde St, West Invercargill, Invercargill 9812, New Zealand
- 03-218 7588,
- Gore TV & Radio Total: 2 Avg: (4.5)
- 44 Mersey St, Gore 9710, New Zealand
- 03-208 5417,
- Total Automotive Gore Total: 4 Avg: (4.8)
- 10 Waiau St, Gore 9710, New Zealand
- 03-208 5222,
The appliance repair services are courteous and fast to respond. All of them offer fair pricing. They are reliable, professional, qualified technicians with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. The repair companies will tackle lots of types of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , deep freezes, washers, dryers and ovens.
They are going to work on any types of domestic appliance and will hope to fix your problem on the first visit. The appliance repair companies are well-known in the Mataura therefore you will be able to count on them to provide a good repair job.
We realise how you have a number of choices for appliance repairs but we aim to please. This means people are able to rely on us to do the repair work as quickly as possible getting your appliances working once more. For any domestic appliance repair work near Mataura ring now.
More About Mataura
Mataura is a town in the Southland region of the South Island of New Zealand. Mataura has a meat processing plant, and until 2000 it was the site of a large pulp and paper mill.
It is situated on State Highway 1 and the Main South Line railway, on the eastern fringe of the Southland Plain 13 kilometres south west of Gore and 53 kilometres north east of Invercargill. On the southern side of the town, New Zealand State Highway 96 diverges from SH 1 and runs westward through nearby communities such as Te Tipua and Waitane, ultimately terminating in Ohai. The town straddles the Mataura River which flows south through the town and is a source of brown trout. On the northern outskirts of the town the river falls over a bed of sandstone 6.1 metres (20 ft) high to create the Mataura Falls which is known by local Maori as Te Aunui (the great current).