Mac Repair Centre
Trusted Mac Repair Service
Mac Repair Services
Full Corrosion Cleaning
This entails cleaning your Mac in and out. It is usually the first step of every repair, and it gets rid of dust, mold and past spillages that have become sticky. A cleaning spirit is used to wipe the surface of the motherboard and the open ports and spaces in your machine are vacuumed carefully. It is recommended that you bring your Mac for a full corrosion cleaning every two to three months of use to free it of dust or any other growth infestations. This action would increase your Mac’s longevity. A clean Mac is a healthy Mac.
Mac Hard Drive Replacement Or Upgrade
If your hard drive fails or is in the process of failing, we replace it with another identical drive, a faster one or a larger one. We may even replace it with a solid-state SSD drive if it is the best option.
Memory (RAM) Replacement or Upgrade
When you purchase your computer for the first time, it usually performs optimally. This is because no files are eating up space and heavy software that burden your system. As you progress, your computer’s processing speed may begin to slow down. It signals that you need to upgrade your RAM or replace it with a much bigger one. We offer RAM upgrade or replacement services at our Mac repair centre. You should never have to experience delays in power up or file retrieval.
Accidental & Liquid Damage Repair
Liquid damage repair is the most recurring issue in our Mac repair centre. A spill of more than a few drops of any liquid on your Mac may destroy the functionality of certain electronic components. In case you suffer an accidental spill, shut down your Mac to prevent frying out microchips through short-circuiting. When you bring it over to our repair centre, we would strip it down and dry it out first as a first aid measure. We will go ahead to inspect for further damage and initiate more repair and replacements if necessary.
Collect, Repair & Return Service
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