Appliance Repair Penrith
Looking for appliance service in Penrith? Master Appliances has over 25 years experience in the appliance repair industry, servicing the Penrith 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 highly experienced field service technicians have all been industry trained by experts so you can be assured of a high quality of appliance repairs in Penrith at an affordable price.
Appliance services in Penrith we provide are:
- dishwasher repair and service
- washing machine and clothes dryer repair and service
- fridge and freezer repair and service
- oven, cooktop and rangehood 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, Asko, Andi, Ariston, Belling, Omega, Gaggenau, Liebherr, Ilve and Blanco. View all brands we service.
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 Penrith Sydney 2750
Penrith is located in the Greater Western region of Sydney; it is situated 50 km west of the Sydney central business district in New South Wales Australia. Penrith is located in the Penrith state electorate and has a population of 11,813 people. The suburbs surrounding Penrith are: Castlereagh, Cranebrook, Cambridge Gardens, Emu Plains, Kingswood, South Penrith and Jamisontown.
Prior to white settlement, the Penrith area was home to the Mulgoa tribe of the Darug Indigenous language group. Early explorers to the area described the Mulgoa people as friendly, one explorer wrote “they bade us adieu, in unabated friendship and good humour”.
The suburb was named in 1819, after the town of Penrith in England. A courthouse was established in 1817 and the first bridge over the Nepean river was constructed in 1856, only to be washed away in a flood the following year. The first school was established in 1865 and Penrith was officially recognised as a city in 1959.
Among the many notable residents of Penrith are: V8 race car driver James Courtney, Premier of Victoria Thomas Bent, cricketer and commentator Richie Benaud, surfing world champion Mick Fanning and Olympians Jessica Fox and Melissa Wu.
Nearest Post Office: 296-302 High St, Penrith, NSW, 2750