- Berridge Appliances Total: 17 Avg: (4.8)
- 105 Domain Rd, Papamoa Beach, Tauranga 3151, New Zealand
- 07-542 5555,
- Espresso Repairs Total: 14 Avg: (4.9)
- 9/38 Ashley Pl, Papamoa Beach, Papamoa 3118, New Zealand
- 07-985 6135,
- AB Appliances Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 11 Oka St, Papamoa Beach, Papamoa 3118, New Zealand
- 0508 277 542,
- Mike Molony Electrical Total: 1 Avg: (3)
- 5 Dover Pl, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3116, New Zealand
- 07-575 6182,
The appliance repair companies are courteous and quick to respond. They offer good value for money repair costs. They are dependable, professional, qualified technicians having plenty of years in the appliance repair sector. They can tackle many types of domestic appliance including refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, dryers and ovens.
The companies are going to work on all sorts of appliances and will aim to fix the job first time. The appliance repair companies are well-known in the Papamoa Beach therefore you will be able to count on them to offer good repair job.
We realise how you have a number of options in domestic appliance repair services but we aim to please. This means you are able to rely on us to do the repair work promptly to get your domestic appliances operating once more. If you have whiteware problems near Papamoa Beach call today.
More About Papamoa Beach
Papamoa or Papamoa Beach is a suburb of Tauranga, located about 11 kilometres from the city centre. It is the largest residential suburb in Tauranga, having a population of 20,091 at the 2013 census. It is bordered to the west by Mount Maunganui (east of Sunrise Avenue and Hibiscus Avenue), the east by the Kaituna River (separating it from the Western Bay of Plenty District) and to the south by State Highway.
Papamoa has 16km of white sandy beach stretching from the boundary with Mount Maunganui in the west to the Kaituna River in the east. Widespread settlement of the area did not start until the early 1980s and prior to this Papamoa had been largely a rural area. Once a small and tight knit community, many of Papamoa Beach’s sweeping paddocks have been swallowed up by urban development.