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  • Jerry's Cherries
  • Total: 11    Avg: (4.9)
  • 3598 Fruitlands-Roxburgh Rd, Coal Creek Flat 9571, New Zealand
  • 027 712 1161,
  • Nic's Kitchen
  • Total: 90    Avg: (4.3)
  • 112 Scotland St, Roxburgh 9500, New Zealand
  • 03-446 8303,
  • Alexandra Washing Machine & Refrigeration
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 12 Coulson Pl, Bridge Hill, Alexandra 9320, New Zealand
  • 03-448 7314,
  • Pinder Motors Roxburgh Ltd
  • Total: 4    Avg: (4.8)
  • 7 Hawick St, Roxburgh 9500, New Zealand
  • 03-446 8077,
  • Robbs Garage
  • Total: 9    Avg: (4.2)
  • 119 Scotland St, Roxburgh 9500, New Zealand
  • 03-446 8129,
  • Jimmy's Pies
  • Total: 266    Avg: (4.6)
  • 143 Scotland St, Roxburgh 9500, New Zealand
  • 03-446 8596,

These appliance repair companies are courteous and fast to respond. They provide good value for money pricing.  They are dependable, professional, qualified technicians having lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. The repair companies can work on many types of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , freezers, washers, clothes dryers and cookers.

They will aim to repair any types of appliances and will aim to repair your issue on the first visit.  The repair services are well-known in the Roxburgh so you can rely on them to give good repair job.

We realise how you have a range of choices in appliance repair companies so we strive to do a good job. This means you are able to count upon us to do the job as quickly as possible to get your whiteware operating again. For whiteware problems in Roxburgh call today.


More About Roxburgh

Roxburgh (/ˈrɒksbərə/), also known as Rosbroch, is a civil parish and now-destroyed royal burgh, in the historic county of Roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders. It was an important trading burgh in High Medieval to early modern Scotland. In the Middle Ages it had at least as much importance as Edinburgh, Stirling, Perth, or Berwick-upon-Tweed, for a time acting as de facto capital (as royal residence of David I).

Its significance lay in its position in the centre of some of Lowland Scotland’s most agriculturally fertile areas, and its position upon the River Tweed, which allowed river transport of goods via the main seaport of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Its position also acted as a barrier to English invasion.