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  • Eastern Bay Motors
  • Total: 20    Avg: (3.2)
  • 1 Elliott St, Opotiki 3122, New Zealand
  • 07-315 6142,
  • Lowes Hire & Engineering
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 86 Bridge St, Opotiki 3122, New Zealand
  • 07-315 6515,
  • Independent Refrigeration & Electrical
  • Total: 2    Avg: (5)
  • 13 Pohutu St, Whakatane 3121, New Zealand
  • 07-308 7787,
  • Magnus Lennie (1984) Ltd
  • Total: 11    Avg: (3.6)
  • 89 Church St, Opotiki 3122, New Zealand
  • 07-315 6337,
  • Smiths City Opotiki
  • Total: 14    Avg: (4.1)
  • 13 King St, Opotiki 3122, New Zealand
  • 0800 764 847,
  • Applianceplus - Opotiki
  • Total: 7    Avg: (4.9)
  • 105 Church St, Opotiki 3122, New Zealand
  • 07-315 8555,

The appliance repair services are courteous and fast to get in touch. They provide fair pricing.  They are efficient, skilled repairers with plenty of experience in the industry. They will work on many types of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.

They are going to work on any sorts of domestic appliance and will aim to fix your issue first time.  The appliance repair companies are well-known in the Opotiki therefore you can depend on them to provide good service.

We know that you have a number of choices in whiteware repairs but we strive to do a good job. This means people are able to rely on us to do the job as quickly as possible to get your domestic appliances operating once more. For domestic appliance repair work near Opotiki call today.


More About Opotiki

Opotiki /ɔːpɔːˈtɪki/ (Māori: Ōpōtiki, from Ō Pōtiki mai Tawhiti)[2] is a small town in the eastern Bay of Plenty in the North Island of New Zealand. It houses the headquarters of the Opotiki District Council and comes under the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.

Opotiki has a large Māori population that exceeds 50%, making it one of the few towns in New Zealand to be predominantly populated by Māori (along with Wairoa and Kawerau).[3] All the figures below are based on the 2013 census, from Statistics New Zealand[4]