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  • Mytronics Limited
  • Total: 1    Avg: (4)
  • 300 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8830,
  • Gisborne Refrigeration Services Ltd
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 211 Stanley Rd, Awapuni, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 021 242 5269,
  • Electronic Systems Service Group
  • Total: 1    Avg: (5)
  • 346 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8081,
  • Liquid Self Service Laundromats
  • Total: 25    Avg: (4.1)
  • 230 Lytton Rd, Te Hapara, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 7368,
  • Eastland Auto Electrical
  • Total: 4    Avg: (4.5)
  • 393 Childers Rd, Gisborne City, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 9174,

These appliance repair businesses are courteous and quick to get in touch. They offer good value for money pricing.  They are efficient, professional, qualified service agents with plenty of experience in the industry. The repair companies will work on many types of domestic appliance ranging from fridges , freezers, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.

The companies will work on all sorts of appliances and will aim to fix your problem on the first visit.  The appliance repair services are well-known in the Waerengaahika therefore you will be able to depend on them to offer a good repair job.

We realise how you have a number of choices in whiteware repair services but we strive to do a good job. This means people are able to count on us to do the job promptly getting your domestic appliances working once more. For any whiteware problems near Waerengaahika ring today.


More About Waerengaahika

Hexton is a village and rural area in the Gisborne District of New Zealand’s North Island. It is located north-west of Gisborne City,[1] and includes the settlements of Makauri and Waerengaahika.[2][3]

The Hexton area has two marae, belonging to its traditional inhabitants, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki. Parihimanihi Marae and Te Poho o Māhaki meeting house is a meeting place of the hapū of Ngāi Tūketenui and Ngāti Wahia. Tarere Marae and Te Aotipu meeting house is a meeting place of the hapū of Te Whānau a Iwi.[4][5]