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Related Businesses

  • Lange's A1 Appliance Servicing
  • Total: 13    Avg: (3.5)
  • 403 Eastbourne St W, Hastings, 4122, New Zealand
  • 06-877 6482,
  • SOS Whiteware Repair Ltd
  • Total: 3    Avg: (5)
  • 208 Eastbourne St E, Hastings, 4122, New Zealand
  • 06-876 7019,
  • Flemings Electrical
  • Total: 1    Avg: (4)
  • 15 Peel St, Waipukurau 4200, New Zealand
  • 06-858 7040,
  • Reliance Repairs
  • Total: 5    Avg: (4.6)
  • 208 Eastbourne St E, Hastings, 4122, New Zealand
  • 06-873 4321,
  • Janome Sew ' n Quilt
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 29 River Terrace, Waipukurau 4200, New Zealand
  • 06-858 9280,
  • Butler & Hewitt Ltd
  • Total: 9    Avg: (4.2)
  • 54 Munroe St, Napier South, Napier 4110, New Zealand
  • 06-835 3104,

These appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to get in touch. They provide fair repair costs.  They are efficient, skilled repairers having lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. They will work on many sorts of appliance whiteware ranging from refrigerators , deep freezes, washing machines, dryers and ovens.

The companies are going to work on any types of domestic appliance and will hope to fix the problem first time.  The appliance repair services have a good reputation in the Tikokino therefore you will be able to rely on them to provide good repair job.

We know how you will have a number of choices in whiteware repair services so we aim to please. This means people can rely upon us to do the job accurately to get your appliances working once more. If you have any appliance issues in Tikokino ring today.


More About Tikokino

Tikokino is a village in the Central Hawke’s Bay District on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is located 20 kilometres (12 mi) northwest of Waipawa and 55 kilometres (34 mi) southwest of Hastings. The township is located on State Highway 50.[1]

The township was founded by the Government in 1860. Hampden, as it was originally called, began as sawmilling centre for local forests, becoming a service town for the farms which took their place. By the early 2000s, most residents were working at a nearby meat processing plant, dairy farming, or for local growers.[1]