- Liquid Self Service Laundromats Total: 9 Avg: (4.1)
- 192 Stokes Valley Rd, Stokes Valley, Lower Hutt 5019, New Zealand
- 04-563 8260,
- Ace Appliance Repairs Total: 28 Avg: (5)
- 16 Burnton St, Epuni, Lower Hutt 5011, New Zealand
- 04-390 0097,
- Appliance Care Total: 8 Avg: (3.1)
- 198-200 Knights Rd, Waterloo, Lower Hutt 5011, New Zealand
- 04-568 2044,
- Wishart Appliance Repair Company Total: 12 Avg: (3.8)
- 144 Queens Dr, Lower Hutt 5010, New Zealand
- 04-569 9949,
The appliance repair companies are courteous and fast to respond. All of them provide fair repair costs. They are efficient, experienced service agents having lots of years in the industry. They can tackle many types of domestic appliance including fridges , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and ovens.
They are going to work on any types of domestic appliance and will hope to repair the job on the first visit. The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Stokes Valley therefore you will be able to rely on them to provide a good repair job.
We realise how you have a number of options for whiteware repair services so we aim to please. This means people are able to depend upon us to do the job as quickly as possible getting your appliances operating once more. For any domestic appliance repair work near Stokes Valley ring now.
More About Stokes Valley
Stokes Valley, a major suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in the North Island of New Zealand, lies at the edge of the city, seven kilometres northeast of the city centre. It occupies the valley of a small tributary of the Hutt River, called Stokes Valley Stream, which flows north to meet the main river close to the Taita Gorge. Stokes Valley takes its name from Robert Stokes, who formed part of the original survey team of 1840 commissioned to plan the city at Thorndon in Wellington.
Stokes Valley comprises a suburb in its own valley, partially separated[by whom?] from the main part of the city of Lower Hutt and surrounded on all sides by densely forested hills.
Its cultural identity, very similar to that of the rest of Lower Hutt, has progressed [some would jokingly disagree] a long way from the “congregation of old sheelbacks and whalers, men-o’-wars men and seamen, lags and hard cases, living in tents and whares … [a] heterogeneous mass of misguided humanity”
reported in 1855.