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Related Businesses

  • Fisher & Paykel Appliances
  • Total: 37    Avg: (2.3)
  • 78 Springs Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 0800 372 273,
  • Remade Appliances
  • Total: 6    Avg: (5)
  • 30 Springs Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-274 7265,
  • C-Jays Services
  • Total: 7    Avg: (5)
  • 1/6 Keith Hay Dr, Manukau, Auckland 2104, New Zealand
  • 0800 295 297,
  • Tisco Electronic Servicing
  • Total: 2    Avg: (1.5)
  • D/11 Echelon Pl, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013, New Zealand
  • 09-573 6366,
  • Manukau Appliance Service Centre
  • Total: 10    Avg: (4.7)
  • 1/6 Mana Pl, Wiri, Auckland 2104, New Zealand
  • 09-262 3170,

The appliance repair businesses are friendly and fast to respond. All of them provide fair pricing.  They are reliable, professional, qualified service agents having lots of years in the industry. The repair companies can work on many types of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and ovens.

They will work on all sorts of appliances and will hope to fix the job first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Otara therefore you can rely on them to give good repair job.

We know that you have a range of choices in whiteware repair companies but we aim to please. This means you are able to depend upon us to do the job promptly getting your appliances operating again. For appliance issues in Otara call now.


More About Otara

Otara (Māori: Ōtara) is a suburb of South Auckland, New Zealand (formerly Manukau City), situated 18 kilometres to the southeast of the Auckland CBD. Otara lies near the head of the Tamaki River (actually an arm of the Hauraki Gulf), which extends south towards the Manukau Harbour. Contemporary Otara is surrounded by the suburbs of Papatoetoe, East Tamaki, Clover Park and Flat Bush. The suburb is noted for its proportion of Pacific Islander residents, who make up 68% of the Otara population and its unusually low number of European New Zealanders (Pākehā) residents (13%).[1]