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- 021 448 700,
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- 03-214 4227,
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- 03-218 6129,
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- 03-218 7588,
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- 03-236 0819,
These appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to respond. They provide good value for money pricing. They are reliable, skilled service agents with lots of years in the appliance repair sector. They can tackle lots of sorts of appliance whiteware ranging from refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.
They are going to aim to repair any types of domestic appliance and will aim to repair the job on the first visit. The repair companies have a good reputation in the Ohai so you will be able to rely on them to offer good repair job.
We realise how you have a number of options for whiteware repairs so we aim to please. This means people can rely upon us to do the job as quickly as possible to get your appliances working once more. For any appliance problems in Ohai ring now.
More About Ohai
Ohаi is a town in the Southland region of New Zealand’s South Island, 65 kilometres northwest of Invercargill and 25 kilometres west of Winton. The 2013 New Zealand census gave its population as 303, a decline of 1% or 5 people since the 2006 census.
The literal meaning of Ohаi is unclear, but a mural in the town centre reads “OHAI” and then curved underneath “Place of the Stone”. The name Ohai was recorded by James Herries Beattie as in use for the area before 1840. Up until as late as 1958 Morley stream near the town was officially called Ohai Stream in the Wairio District Survey maps. It is likely that the area was originally named in relation to an historic Maori stone quarry that is nearby as described in New Zealand Archaeological Association Schedule & Maps of Recorded Archaeological Sites, Map 7, Page 271