- Surf City Appliance Repairs Total: 4 Avg: (4.8)
- 128 Gill St, New Plymouth 4310, New Zealand
- 06-758 1252,
- Kings Radio Service Total: 19 Avg: (4.3)
- 36 Harwood St, Hamilton North 3204, New Zealand
- 07-839 3912,
- Wishart Appliance Repair Company Total: 12 Avg: (3.8)
- 144 Queens Dr, Lower Hutt 5010, New Zealand
- 04-569 9949,
- Appliance Services Total: 13 Avg: (3.9)
- 128 Antigua St, Addington, Christchurch 8024, New Zealand
- 03-366 1118,
- Tharcold Service Centre Total: 19 Avg: (2.3)
- Glover St, Ngauranga, Wellington 6035, New Zealand
- 04-478 3104,
- D & L Appliance Services Total: 9 Avg: (3.7)
- Parklands Ave, Bell Block, New Plymouth 4312, New Zealand
- 06-755 2028,
These appliance repair businesses are friendly and quick to respond. They offer good value for money pricing. They are dependable, experienced repairers having lots of experience in the industry. They can work on many types of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , deep freezes, washers, clothes dryers and ovens.
They will aim to repair all types of appliances and will aim to repair the job first time. The appliance repair services are well-known in the Tainui therefore you can count on them to give good service.
We understand how you will have a range of options in appliance repair companies but we aim to please. As a result you can count upon us to do the job as quickly as possible to get your domestic appliances working again. For appliance problems in Tainui ring today.
More About Tainui
Tainui is a tribal waka confederation of New Zealand Māori iwi. The Tainui confederation comprises four principal related Māori iwi of the central North Island of New Zealand: Hauraki, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Raukawa and Waikato.
There are other Tainui iwi whose tribal areas lay outside the traditional Tainui boundaries – Ngāi Tai in the Bay of Plenty, Ngati Raukawa, and Ngāti Toa in the Horowhenua, Kapiti region and Ngāti Rārua and Ngāti Koata in the northern South Island.
The Tainui iwi share a common ancestry from Polynesian migrants who arrived in New Zealand on the Tainui waka, which voyaged across the Pacific Ocean from Hawaiki to Aotearoa (North Island) approximately 800 years ago. According to Pei Te Hurinui Jones, the Tainui historian, Tainui first entered the Waikato about 1400 bringing with them kumara plants. By about 1450 they had conquered the last of the indigenous people in a battle at Atiamuri.