Appliance Repair Sydney
Looking for appliance service in Sydney? Master Appliances has over 25 years experience in the appliance repair industry, servicing the Sydney region in Sydney. We have developed a reputation over the decades for fast, efficient and reliable service from Southern Suburbs to the Northern Beaches.
Our fleet of mobile service vans allow us to come straight to you and complete the repairs onsite at your home, business or rental property. Our field service technicians have all been factory trained by the manufacturers we represent so you can be assured of a high quality of appliance repairs in Sydney at an affordable price.
Appliance services in Sydney we provide are:
- washing machine and clothes dryer repair and service
- dishwasher repair and service
- oven, cooktop and rangehood repair and servie
- fridge and freezer repair and service
- other large household appliance repair and service
We provide both warranty and non-warranty services for appliance parts and also sell genuine spare parts for all leading appliance manufacturers such as Bosch, Miele, Omega, Gaggenau, Liebherr, Ilve and Blanco.
Why Choose Us?
At Master Appliance Service we know how important properly working home appliances are to the smooth running of a busy family. From booking your service to having your appliance working properly again, we will ensure a friendly, efficient and knowledgeable service.
Master Appliances Service makes over 10,000 service calls per year Sydney-wide & Central Coast with our own qualified technicians. We are NOT an internet marketing company that outsources to third party operators.
About Sydney 2000
Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales, is the most populous city in Australia. Sydney is located on Australia’s South East Coast and overlooks the Tasman Sea. The city is situated 881 kms north of Melbourne, Victoria; 938 km south of Brisbane, Queensland; and an incredible 3970 km east of Perth in Western Australia. Sydney has a population of 4,627,345 people and was the site of the arrival of the first fleet on January 26, 1788 when Captain James Cook landed in Botany Bay.
Modern day inhabitants of Sydney are called Sydneysiders, but the traditional landowners were made up of various language groups of the Indigenous people, each inhabiting a different land area or territory and speaking a different language. For example, the traditional inhabitants of the Sydney Cove area were the Cadigal people who spoke Dharawal and Guringai languages.
Although issues surrounding the settlement of the country still abound, and much of the traditional land and people have been destroyed, there is still evidence of the traditional people in some sites around the city including engravings, carvings and rock art in the Hawkesbury standstone of the Sydney Basin.
Today, Sydney is a bustling urban area, famous for the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, Sydney is also known for its spectacular park areas and waterways including the stunning Sydney Harbour and World Heritage listed Blue Mountains.
Sydney is considered the economic and financial hub of Australia and is known as a generally wealthy and prosperous city. The suburb provides approximately 25% of the country’s total GDP and of the 54 banks in Australia, 44 have their headquarters in Sydney. According to the 2011 census, of Sydney’s 4.6 million residents over 30% were born overseas.
Nearest Post Office: 44 Market Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.