Where to Find a Good CPU Repair Service
CPU Repairing is a service that many people want to have - but never seem to get around doing. The reasons range from being too busy, lack of knowledge, not knowing what it is, and the time required to do it properly. There is however, an easy way around all this.
I live in the Pacific Northwest. My machine is a desktop, and I don't have a lot of room to waste on such a project. So I started my research by finding a service near me. And boy was I glad when I found one! I was so glad I could get it fixed quickly.
Unfortunately, these services are not always what they seem. A simple Google search turned up some results for places where they claim to be, but no names were given. Then I did a little more digging and I found forums and discussion boards. This time I came up with some names and phone numbers that seemed to line up more accurately.
But not one of those was near me. I was out of the country, so I didn't even know if the service was available. I figured I would try one last time. This time I did call - long distance. This time the person on the other end of the line was courteous, professional, and did have the location of the office that I wanted.
My computer had overheated. Not a serious problem. It just overheated a bit, forcing me to call the guys up. I was happy to have the computer working again and didn't have to worry about calling in another order or spending money for fuel.
The next time I went to the computer, I noticed something else. There was a small sticker on the back of the screen. The sticker said "We Fix PC's All Day." I didn't say anything at first, since it was still weird to see a service company advertising that they could fix my computer all day. Then I read the words, and it all made sense.
A computer repair service is actually a company dedicated to making computers run smoothly again. These companies have tested, monitored, repaired, and fixed hundreds of computers all across North America. They know what they're talking about. They have the tools to fix your computer in minutes. And they do it without charging you an arm and a leg.
I highly recommend that you use them when your computer starts acting funny. And don't be embarrassed. Everyone deserves a second chance. Don't let your PC become the new fastest way to get a divorce!
The two main things to look for are a licensed service and a reliable repair business. A licensed service will have a more reliable tech than someone who is just trying to make a few bucks off of you. In Canada, this is known as the Service Standards Act. Here in the U.S., it is called the Fair Credit Billing Act. So before you sign anything or give them a credit card number, check the credentials.
You can also find a reliable service by asking friends and family who may have gotten a good service. They should be able to recommend a place that their loved ones enjoy using. This may not be an easy task, but it is possible.
If you are not comfortable leaving your computer to someone you don't know, there are some services you can get online. Just Google "repairing your computer" and you will find plenty of options. Make sure the site you are going to be licensed and offers a money back guarantee. If you do not know anything about computers, you should not let the service in question into your home until you are completely satisfied with their work.
Remember, if you decide to take on the services of a professional repair technician, you are going to pay for their expertise. Not to mention the expense of hiring them. However, there are some really great services available that are affordable and very reliable. If you want to learn more about them, you can look for reviews and referrals from other computer owners. So, whether you need a simple CPU repair or a complete system recovery, make sure you are aware of your options before you hire someone to fix your computer.