Strathmore Park

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The appliance repair services are friendly and quick to get in touch. They provide fair pricing.  They are dependable, professional, qualified technicians having lots of experience in the industry. They can handle lots of types of appliance whiteware including fridges , deep freezes, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.

The companies will work on all types of appliances and will aim to fix the issue on the first visit.  The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Strathmore Park therefore you can rely on them to give a good repair job.

We know how you have a number of choices in domestic appliance repair companies so we aim to please. As a result you can rely upon us to do the job promptly to get your whiteware operating again. For any whiteware repair work in Strathmore Park ring now.


More About Strathmore Park

Strathmore Park is a suburb of Wellington City, New Zealand. It is located at the southern end of the Miramar Peninsula to the south of the suburb of Miramar, and due east of airport. A hill suburb, it overlooks Lyall Bay (which lies to the west) and several bays along the Seatoun coast close to the mouth of Wellington Harbour, which lies to the east.

Strathmore Park is noted for several areas of open land, including the Beacon Hill Reserve and Miramar Golf Course. The southern end of the suburb is dominated by Atatürk Park, which is located high above Tarakena Bay. The site was chosen for its similarity to the landscape of Gallipoli, and was erected as part of a joint agreement with the Turkish and Australian governments in mutual respect of the men of both sides who lost their lives in the Gallipoli Campaign of World War I. The Memorial was designed by Ian Bowman and unveiled in 1990.[1]