- Pomare Electrical LTD Total: 4 Avg: (5)
- 49a Lake Rd, Ohinemutu, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand
- 07-348 5912,
- Wickett Whiteware Ltd Total: 6 Avg: (5)
- 4/179 Lake Rd, Mangakakahi, Rotorua 3015, New Zealand
- 07-345 7004,
- Service Tec Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 5 Tihi Rd, Springfield, Rotorua 3015, New Zealand
- 020 4043 3079,
- Eastside Electrical Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 684 Te Ngae Rd, Owhata, Rotorua 3020, New Zealand
- 07-345 3885,
- Robertson's Home Appliances - Washing Machine, Fridge, Dishwasher, Dryers, Stove Repairs Rotorua Total: 11 Avg: (5)
- 22 Mountain Rd, Western Heights, Rotorua 3015, New Zealand
- 07-348 0313,
- Stewart Appliance Repairs Total: 7 Avg: (3.3)
- 9 Burton Pl, Owhata, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand
- 07-345 7804,
These appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to respond. All of them offer good value for money repair costs. They are efficient, experienced technicians with lots of years in the appliance repair sector. They will handle many types of domestic appliance including refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.
They will aim to repair any types of appliances and will aim to fix your job first time. The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Murupara therefore you will be able to depend on them to provide good repair job.
We understand how you have a range of options for whiteware repair companies so we strive to do a good job. As a result people are able to count on us to do the repair work as quickly as possible to get your domestic appliances working once more. For any domestic appliance problems near Murupara ring today.
More About Murupara
Murupara is a town located in the North Island of New Zealand. The town is situated in an isolated part of the Bay of Plenty region between the Kaingaroa Forest and Te Urewera National Park, on the banks of the Rangitaiki River, 65 kilometres southeast of Rotorua, along SH38. Murupara is the terminus of the Murupara Branch railway. Its principal industries are all related to forestry. The name Murupara means “to wipe off mud”.
Many years ago, Murupara was a staging post on the road between Rotorua and Napier. In the early 1900s, the planting of exotic trees began on the surrounding scrubland. This area is now known as the Kaingaroa Forest, with 1,400 square kilometres of planted pines. As the main service centre for the many forestry workers and their families, Murupara grew to a population of over 3000. Recent changes to the forestry contracting system have brought about a decrease in the number of permanent residents.