Whangarei Heads

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  • Total: 11    Avg: (4.4)
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  • 09-438 2445,
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  • 021 595 986,
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  • Total: 19    Avg: (4.5)
  • 136 Lower Dent St, Whangarei, 0110, New Zealand
  • 09-438 9512,

The appliance repair services are courteous and quick to get in touch. They offer good value for money repair costs.  They are dependable, professional, qualified repairers having lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. They will handle many sorts of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , freezers, washing machines, dryers and cookers.

The companies will work on all sorts of appliances and will hope to repair the job first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Whangarei Heads so you will be able to count on them to give good repair job.

We understand that you will have a number of choices in domestic appliance repair services so we aim to please. This means you can rely on us to do the job accurately to get your appliances operating once more. If you have domestic appliance repair work in Whangarei Heads call today.


More About Whangarei Heads

Whangarei Heads is a locality and promontory on the northern side of the Whangarei Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is 29 km (18 mi) to the north-west, and Ocean Beach is 8 km (5.0 mi) to the south-east, with Taurikura between the two. Mount Manaia rises to 420 metres (1,380 feet) to the east.[1][2]

Immediately to the west is McLeod Bay, which is about 2 km (1.2 mi) long. The McDonald sandbank lies a few metres offshore at low tide. The promontory to the south of the settlement consists of a hill, Mount Aubrey, and a small gravel beach about 200 metres wide, Reotahi Bay.[3]