Do you repair physically damaged devices?
I do all that I can to ensure that my clients' Windows PCs and other devices are properly maintained and serviced, and I can easily troubleshoot and replace most hardware components in Windows desktop PCs. I can also troubleshoot physically damaged laptops, printers, smartphones and accessories, however:
- I do not repair cracked screens, broken hinges, or damaged ports. This is because the cost of the parts and labor often exceed the value of the device.
- Replacing a laptop's keyboard often requires complete dismantling in order to access the keyboard. This makes the repair process time-consuming and costly at hourly rates.
- Batteries in newer devices are often designed to be non-replaceable. This means that finding factory replacements can be difficult. In some cases, the device itself may need to be replaced if the battery fails.
I recommend that you contact the manufacturer of physically damaged devices for certified repairs or in-warranty replacement service.
How I can help
While I may not be able to directly repair some devices, I can still assist you in finding viable solutions. I can guide you in making informed decisions about choosing suitable replacements, and I can attempt to transfer your files from dead PCs. Book an On-Site Visit if you need me to assess your physically damaged devices.