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Related Businesses

  • Goldfields Electrical Limited
  • Total: 3    Avg: (3.7)
  • 2A Ree Cres, Cromwell 9310, New Zealand
  • 03-445 3793,
  • Advanced Appliance Services
  • Total: 1    Avg: (4)
  • 71 Church St, Timaru Central, Timaru 7910, New Zealand
  • 03-684 8592,
  • Alexandra Washing Machine & Refrigeration
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 12 Coulson Pl, Bridge Hill, Alexandra 9320, New Zealand
  • 03-448 7314,
  • Wanaka Appliance Repairs
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • Unit 2/12 Frederick St, Wanaka 9305, New Zealand
  • 03-443 5344,
  • Jake's Hardware
  • Total: 19    Avg: (4.8)
  • 24 Market Pl, Twizel 7901, New Zealand
  • 03-435 0881,

The appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to get in touch. All of them provide good value for money pricing.  They are efficient, skilled service agents with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. They can tackle lots of sorts of domestic appliance ranging from fridges , freezers, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.

They are going to work on any sorts of appliances and will hope to repair your issue on the first visit.  The repair services have a good reputation in the Ruataniwha so you can rely on them to give a good repair job.

We understand that you have a range of options in whiteware repair services so we strive to do a good job. As a result people are able to count on us to do the repair work accurately to get your appliances operating again. For appliance repair work in Ruataniwha ring now.


More About Ruataniwha

Wairoa is a town and territorial authority district in New Zealand’s North Island. The town is the northernmost in the Hawke’s Bay region, and is located on the northern shore of Hawke Bay at the mouth of the Wairoa River and to the west of Mahia Peninsula. It is 118 kilometres northeast of Napier, and 92 kilometres southwest of Gisborne. Percentage-wise, it is often known for being New Zealand’s most Maori town, with over 62.29% of the population identifying themselves as Maori [2]. At the same time, it is also the largest town within the district of Wairoa.

The district has been known historically as ‘Te Wairoa’. In keeping with the district’s vision of being bilingual by 2040, the use of the phrase ‘Te Wairoa’ when referring to the district is steadily increasing. Wairoa itself is Māori for “long water”, referring to the length of the tranquil river that runs throughout the town.[3]