Laptops of all kinds can be a totally different experience when problems come about. Due to the portable nature, the moving parts, and the fragility of the smaller form factor, there are a lot of repair concerns that come about. The most common repairs needed for laptops are going to be cracked screens, liquid spill damage, and power jack repairs. Of which all can be diagnosed and resolved by us!
Repairing laptop PC's takes a different set of skills and tools as well as finer dexterity prevision to navigate the small ribbon cables and connectors. The flip side of the physical repair is within he operating system, office software, accounting programs, and the bane of most computer users, malware and viruses. With over 20 years of combined experience, you can rest assured that any problems your laptop experiences, we can get it handled.
Laptop Screen Repair
Laptop LCD screens are made from several layers of optical plastic with a glass face and lighting. Due to this, cracking and internal circuit shorting are common faults that happen. Most cracked or damaged screens will be fixed by replacing the entire LCD panel, with some units requiring the entire lid assembly to be replaced. An often overlooked portion of screen repair is to correct the broken lid assemblies and plastic bezel surrounds that can get damaged too.
Laptop Hardware Repair
Extending on from broken screens, a major point of damage we continuously see are broken hinges and broken hinge supports. Most laptop PC's are built from plastic base components with molded in supports for the hinges and other components. Due to this, those supports get fatigued and break very frequently. We can also diagnose and repair cooling fans, WiFi cards and antennas, memory modules, keyboards, and hard drives.
On Site Laptop Repair
Even with a laptop's mobility, often times for a variety of circumstances, we need to come to the home or business to diagnose and repair the device. Sometimes the actual environment requires on premises repairs such as power or internet network issues or when troubleshooting involves other onsite devices.