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Pricing

You can call or email us with your device serial number or model number for an exact quote!
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he table below shows the pricing table for diagnosis charges or minimum charges based on device and data recovery charges. If you go down the page you will find further information about repairs and examples based on scenarios. If you have any questions or need clarification or any point please call or email us. If you can give us your device serial number and the issue, we can nearly always give you an exact cost within a few minutes.

 
 

  • ££79from
  • MacBook Repair
  • MacBook Diagnosis £79
  • Express 48 Hr Diagnosis £109
  • Express 24 Hr Diagnosis £139
  • MacBook Data Recovery £180
  • MacBook Repair
  • £145from
  • iMac Repair
  • iMac Standard Diagnosis £145
  • Express 48 Hr Diagnosis £175
  • Express 24 Hr Diagnosis £210
  • iMac Data Recovery £230
  • iMac Repair
  • £120from
  • Mac Mini Repair
  • Mac Mini Diagnosis £120
  • Express 48 Hr Diagnosis £150
  • Express 24 Hr Diagnosis £180
  • Mac Mini Data Recovery £180
  • Mac Mini Repair
  • £145from
  • Mac Pro Repair
  • Mac Pro Stan Diagnosis £145
  • Express 48 Hr Diagnosis £175
  • Express 24 Hr Diagnosis £210
  • MacBook Data Recovery £230
  • Mac Pro Repair

Repair Scenarios & Pricing

 

Generally speaking we are typically faced with 3 types of situations when it comes to devices and repair and upgrades:

 

Scenario 1: No Diagnosis Needed “ Set Price Repair

 

Typically if a problem is straightforward, you already know exactly what it is, let’s just say as an example, you have a cracked screen, we could give you a quote without doing a diagnosis, based on the serial number (sometimes model number) you give us, so we would be giving a fixed or œset price for the work e.g to use simple numbers £200 for a MacBook Screen Repair.

 

Scenario 2: Diagnosis Needed “ Price Given After Diagnosis but Before Repair

 

In a situation where you are not 100% sure whats causing the issue, and we are not 100% sure because we have not looked at your device thoroughly, we would need to book it in for a diagnosis. So as an example, we charge £79 for diagnosis on laptops. Once we do the diagnosis, we confirm what the cost of repair will be and whats causing the issue. We give you a fixed or set price for the repair which includes diagnosis fee. You then decide whether you want to go ahead with the repair or not. If you go ahead you pay one set/fixed priced for the repair. If you decide not to go ahead you just pay the diagnosis fee for the time we have spent on it so far and take your device back. Simple.

 

Scenario 3: Upgrades & Expansion

 

In the majority of the cases when it comes to upgrades or adding more memory or a bigger hard disk etc we don’t need to do a diagnosis to give you a cost. We can often give you a cost based on the serial number – sometimes on the model number. Sometimes we can give you a price while you wait, at other times we will need to call or email you back for a price as things would need to be double checked.

 

Generally you don’t even need to visit us for this type of quote. However, there are a few exceptions where diagnosis may either be needed or is advisable e.g if your device will need extra brackets to do something or if something may not even be possible are situations where it will need a diagnosis. As an example we have many people walk in and say “how much to put an SSD into my Mac as my Mac is running slow?” The fact of the matter is it may not be the hard disk that is causing the slowness, it could be something else. By doing a diagnosis you/we would be more confident we are taking the right course of action, and in most cases we can present you with more than one option so that you get better return on your investment.