- Nightcaps Service Centre Ltd Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 22 Johnston Road, Nightcaps 9630, New Zealand
- 03-225 7778,
- Commercial Refrigeration Services Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 109 Crinan St, Appleby, Invercargill 9812, New Zealand
- 03-214 4227,
- Southern Refrigeration Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 39 Gala St, Invercargill, 9810, New Zealand
- 03-218 6129,
- Centre Bush Garage 2004 Limited Total: 2 Avg: (5)
- Limehills 1858 State Highway 6, Winton 9720, New Zealand
- 03-236 0819,
- Appliance Repairs Invercargill Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 146 Clyde St, West Invercargill, Invercargill 9812, New Zealand
- 03-218 7588,
These appliance repair companies are friendly and quick to respond. They provide fair repair costs. They are reliable, skilled repairers having plenty of experience in the appliance repair sector. The repair companies can handle lots of types of domestic appliance ranging from refrigerators , freezers, washers, dryers and ovens.
They will aim to repair all sorts of appliances and will aim to fix your problem first time. The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Nightcaps so you will be able to count on them to offer good service.
We know how you have a number of choices in domestic appliance repair services but we aim to please. As a result people are able to depend on us to do the repair work as quickly as possible getting your domestic appliances working again. If you have any whiteware problems near Nightcaps call today.
More About Nightcaps
Nightcaps is a town in the Southland region of New Zealand’s South Island. According to the 2013 New Zealand census, its population is 294, consisting of 165 males and 132 females. This represents a decline of 15 people since the 2006 census. State Highway 96 passes through Nightcaps as it runs between Ohai and Winton. The town has a golf course and two primary schools that cater to students from Nightcaps, the surrounding rural area, and since the 2003 closure of its own school, Ohai.
Nightcaps has a more industrial history than most Southland towns due to nearby coal deposits. A private railway was built from the terminus of the New Zealand Railways Department’s Wairio Branch to Nightcaps to provide more efficient transport of coal; operated by the Nightcaps Coal Company, it opened not long after the state’s railway reached Wairio in 1909. In 1918, a proposal was made to build another line to coal interests around Ohai, and the construction of this line was fiercely opposed by the Nightcaps Coal Company, fearing a loss of business. However, construction was approved in July 1919 with a deviation through Morley Village, considered part of Nightcaps. The first section of the line, including the part serving Morley Village, opened on 1 September 1920. Ohai was reached four years later, and in 1925, the Nightcaps Coal Company ceased to operate; they handed over their railway line to the Railways Department, who dismantled it in 1926 as the Ohai line was capable of catering for traffic from Nightcaps. The Ohai line continues to operate, primarily for the carriage of coal, and it is one of the few remaining rural branch lines out of many that once existed throughout New Zealand. It has been part of the national rail network since 1 June 1990.