- Thomas Freight Ltd Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- 20 Elizabeth St, Reefton, Westport 7830, New Zealand
- 0274 314 619,
- Reefton Old Nurse's Home Accommodation Total: 40 Avg: (4.3)
- 104 Shiel St, Reefton 7830, New Zealand
- 03-732 8881,
- Reefton Fire Station Total: 0 Avg: (0)
- Church St, Reefton 7830, New Zealand
- 03-732 8506,
- Coastal Electronics Greymouth Total: 4 Avg: (4)
- 45A Nelson Quay, Cobden, Greymouth 7802, New Zealand
- 03-768 6559,
- Reefton Distilling Co. Total: 2 Avg: (4.5)
- 10 Smith St, Reefton 7830, New Zealand
- 03-732 7083,
- Greg Topp Betta Electrical Total: 2 Avg: (3.5)
- 35 Broadway, Reefton 7830, New Zealand
- 03-732 8118,
The appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to get in touch. All of them provide good value for money pricing. They are reliable, skilled service agents with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. They can handle lots of types of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , freezers, washing machines, clothes dryers and ovens.
The companies will aim to repair all sorts of domestic appliance and will aim to repair your job on the first visit. The repair services have a good reputation in the Reefton therefore you will be able to depend on them to provide a good repair job.
We realise that you have a range of options in whiteware repairs so we strive to do a good job. As a result people are able to count upon us to do the repair work accurately to get your appliances operating again. For any whiteware issues in Reefton ring today.
More About Reefton
Reefton is a small town in the West Coast region of New Zealand, some 80 km northeast of Greymouth, in the Inangahua River valley. State Highway 7 passes through the southern part of the town, and State Highway 69 runs north to connect to State Highway 6. Ahaura is 44 km south-west of Reefton, Inangahua Junction is 34 km to the north, Maruia is 63 km to the east, and the Lewis Pass is 66 km to the south-east.
In 1888 Reefton became the first town in New Zealand and the Southern Hemisphere to receive electricity, the work of Walter Prince, and its streets were lit by commercial electricity generated by the Reefton Power Station.