Laptop, Notebook & MacBook Screen Repairs
Notebook & Laptop Screen Repairs
Laptop screen repairs to all make and model laptops and notebooks including Apple MacBook’s. We replace cracked, smashed, broken laptop screens and we also repair any software faults.
Software can often be the cause of screen failure due to incorrect or corrupt drivers. Whatever has caused the problem we will fix it and get your laptop up and running at full speed again asap.
We have a fully equipped workshop, so our technicians can diagnose and repair all laptop issues.
As a leader in the laptop repair industry we are committed to our customers. Therefore we guarantee our workmanship and give a warranty on all parts and labour.
No matter what laptop, notebook or MacBook screen problem you need fixed, we can help. Call 5478 3534 to speak to one or our technician’s or use the Contact page to send us a message. You can also bring your device into our Mooloolaba store anytime during business hours.
Our team of expert technicians will provide our best estimate based on all information provided. When we receive your laptop, our technicians will diagnose the problem and confirm the cost of repairs before proceeding.
Because some laptop models are manufactured in low numbers it can be difficult to obtain spare parts. We deal with Australia’s largest inventory provider of laptop screens. We can also get hold of thousands of LCD screens by all manufacturers including hard-to-find screens. Therefore we are confident that we can cater to all makes and models.
We can offer new notebook LCD replacement screens at fantastic prices because of our extensive supply chain. Most laptop screen repairs will fall between $150 – $300 depending on the specific model. If your screen is cracked, broken, or damaged, we can quickly get you a replacement panel. Also in most cases we can do it for a fraction of what the notebook manufacturers may offer. Finally we offer free estimates, high quality repairs with high quality parts.
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