All MacBook Repairs

All MacBook Repairs


We service MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops. Most common repairs include LCD and glass replacement on MacBook Pro models, Hard Drive and hard drive cable replacement, RAM upgrade, SSD upgrades, battery replacements, keyboard replacement and track pad replacement.
We repair water damage on MacBooks. We manage to salvage most water damaged MacBooks with about 2-3 hours of labor and the cost of replacement parts. Most water damaged MacBooks do not require motherboard replacement.

Are you worried about MacBook broken screen repair cost? Ask us about second hand MacBook screen options. We have a range of fully functional MacBook displays at lower prices. 

All models are different but can be easily identified by the serial number at the back of the MacBook.

We buy MacBooks – Dead or Alive. We also sell second hand MacBooks and give 3 months warranty.

MacBook repair pricing

MacBook repair pricing

Details  We stock, repair and service most MacBook models, including MacBooks with Intel, M1 and M2 chips:
  • A1278 MacBook Pro 13” Unibody
  • A1286 MacBook Pro 15” Unibody
  • A1502 MacBook Pro 13” Retina
  • A1368 MacBook Pro 15” Pro Retina
  • A1706 MacBook Pro 13” Touchbar
  • A1708 MacBook Pro 13”
  • A1707 MacBook Pro 15” Touchbar
  • A1466, A1369 MacBook Air 13”
  • A1370, A1345 MacBook Air 11”
  • A1534 MacBook 12"
  • A1989 MacBook Pro 13"
  • A1990 MacBook Pro 15"
  • A1932 MacBook Air 13"
  • A2159 MacBook Pro 13"
  • A2179 MacBook Air 13"
  • A2141 MacBook Pro 16"
  • A2337 MacBook Air 13"
  • A2338 MacBook Pro 13"
*prices are indicative only. Exact price for the repair depends on exact MacBook serial number.
MacBook Logic Board Repair

MacBook Logic Board Repair


Finally!!! We can provide this great service to our customers.

Dead logic boards or motherboards are the most costly Mac repair that traditionally consisted of replacing the faulty motherboard with new working one.
For most MacBook Pro and Air models this repair is so expensive that most customers (especially if insurance is not paying the bill) opt out and look at buying a new or second hand MacBook or iMac.

Not any more! We can now fix lots of common MacBook logic board problems without the expense of the new Apple motherboard. Our technician has perfected the art of main board troubleshooting and has so far fixed so many damaged motherboards that we can finally offer this service to our customers.

Most common MacBook motherboard problems are caused by liquid damage. Water or wine is spilled on the keyboard, it finds its way to the motherboard and it either shorts and burns a motherboard component or causes corrosion over time.

We have so far seen many backlight board failures that were only fixable by board replacement. We can now fix motherboard back light issue at half the cost it would be to replace the entire board. Same goes with power or charging issues or any other burned or corroded chip on the main board.

On iMac the most common issues are GPU and power supply issues.

There are still some motherboard problems that we can’t solve and would require new motherboard. CPU failure for example is one of these. CPU chip is hard to replace and the success rate is so low that it is still cheaper to replace entire board.

We will always quote customers for both options, motherboard replacement or motherboard repair.

For older MacBook Pro Unibody models, replacement of the motherboard with the new one exceeds the cost of the second hand unit on the market so dead board always meant no repair. Now we can fix these apple devices for a fair price and give them few more years of life.

Fix or buy a new one?

MacBooks are versatile and powerful devices, but they are also prone to various types of damage. Here are some of the most common ways that MacBooks get damaged:

Physical damage: Physical damage can occur when a MacBook is dropped, bumped, or subjected to other types of impact.
Liquid damage: Liquid spills and splashes can cause serious harm to a MacBook. 

Overheating: MacBooks are designed to dissipate heat, but if they are used in conditions that are too warm or are subjected to intensive use for long periods, they can overheat. 

Software issues: MacBooks can also experience software issues, such as viruses, malware, or system crashes. 
Power issues: Power problems, such as battery malfunctions or charging port issues, can cause MacBooks to shut down unexpectedly or not start at all. This can result in data loss and prevent the device from functioning properly.

Dust and debris: Dust and debris can accumulate inside a MacBook, clogging up the fans, vents, and other components. This can cause overheating, slow performance, and other issues.

Fix or buy a new one?