- Bruce's Electrical And Refridgeration Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 139B Ridgway St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
- 021 439 137,
- Raetihi Fire Station Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 11 Duncan St, Raetihi 4632, New Zealand
- 06-385 4201,
- Washtronix Total: 1 Avg: (5)
- 13 Pauls Rd, Wanganui East, Whanganui 4573, New Zealand
- 06-343 9274,
- Appliance Repair Care Ltd Total: 18 Avg: (4.8)
- 24 Bell St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
- 06-345 5433,
- Snowbird Business Services Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- Ohakune 4625, New Zealand
- 06-385 8756,
The appliance repair services are courteous and fast to get in touch. All of them provide fair repair costs. They are reliable, skilled repairers having plenty of years in the industry. The repair companies will tackle many types of appliance whiteware including fridges , freezers, washers, dryers and cookers.
The companies will aim to repair all sorts of appliances and will aim to fix your job first time. The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Raetihi therefore you can count on them to provide a good repair job.
We realise that you have a range of options for domestic appliance repairs but we aim to please. This means you are able to depend upon us to do the repair work promptly to get your whiteware operating again. If you have any domestic appliance issues near Raetihi call now.
More About Raetihi
Raetihi is a town in the central North Island of New Zealand. It is located at the junction of State Highways 4 and 49, 11 kilometres west of Ohakune. The 2013 New Zealand census recorded its population as 1,002. This constitutes a decrease of 3.2% or 33 people since the 2006 census. 65.3% of residents identified as Māori, 55% European, 2.7% Pacific and 1.2% Asian (some people identified themselves in several ethnic groups and as a result percentages do not add up to 100). The Waimarino district stretches from Mount Ruapehu to the Wanganui River encompassing Raetihi, Pipiriki, Karioi, Horopito, Waiouru, Rangataua and Ohakune.
There is evidence of Maori people living here in the fourteenth century. The Ngati Uenuku dwelled at Raetihi and Waimarino (now National Park). There is little evidence of large permanent settlements but hunting parties were common during warmer months.
In 1887 the Government purchased the Waimarino block from the Maori. The first European settlement was at Karioi where sheep were grazed on open tussock land.