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The appliance repair services are friendly and quick to get in touch. All of them provide good value for money pricing.  They are efficient, experienced service agents with lots of experience in the industry. They will work on many types of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , deep freezes, washers, dryers and cookers.

The companies will work on all types of appliances and will hope to repair the problem first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Saies therefore you will be able to count on them to give a good service.

We realise how you have a range of choices in domestic appliance repair services so we strive to do a good job. This means people are able to count upon us to do the job promptly to get your domestic appliances operating again. If you have any whiteware issues in Saies call today.


More About Saies

Whangaroa Harbour (/ˈfæŋəroʊ.ə/; Māori pronunciation: [faŋaɾɔa]), previously spelled Wangaroa Harbour, is an inlet on the northern coast of Northland, New Zealand. Whangaroa Bay and the Pacific Ocean are to the north. The small settlements of Totara North and Saies are on the west side of the harbour, Waitaruke on the south side, and Whangaroa on the east. State Highway 10 runs through Waitaruke.[1][2] The name comes from the lament “Whaingaroa” or “what a long wait” of a woman whose warrior husband had left for a foray to the south.[3] The harbour was formed when rising sea levels drowned a river valley about 6,000 years ago. Steep outcrops remain from ancient volcanic rocks.[4]

There are extensive mangrove swamps at the head of the harbour,[5] and some of the oldest fossils in the North Island, dating to the Early Permian about 270 million years ago, are in the Whangaroa area.[6]