Laptop Repair Near Me: Kennesaw/Marietta Your Local Apple® Experts

Laptop Repair Near Me

Laptop Repair Near Kennesaw/Marietta

Many computer owners fear that their home computer will break and they won’t know how to repair it. Laptop computers are even trickier to repair than their desktop counterparts. The hardware needed is small, in some cases special tools are needed, and it is not always clear what is broken before you open the machine up.

Macbook Pro® laptops are expensive machines that offer a lot of great options for individuals with a wide range of needs. For example, web and product designers use Apple products because of their simple design and advanced software. Business owners use Apple products because of how easy it is to sync all of their devices and have easy access to thousands of apps to track time, pay employees, communicate with clients and more all through their App Store® service.

But what happens when your expensive Macbook Pro laptop breaks? Trying to repair it at home can be a risky venture. Macbook Pro laptops are known for their thin bodies, making them easy to transport and carry around. But packing all of that technology into a small body is tricky so any accidental slip of a tool and you can cause even more damage to your machine.

There are a lot of common issues that can arise with your laptop. Here are some:

  • Stops charging even when plugged in
  • Cracked notebook case
  • Fan not running
  • Keyboard not responding
  • Damaged LCD screen

At Experimac of Marietta, we know how to repair these products precisely and without disturbing the inner workings in the machine.

Bring your faulty or broken Apple laptop, including Macbook Pro laptop or MacBook Air® laptop into your local Experimac center today! Our trained technicians will inspect your Apple machine and let you know what the costs will be to repair it.

If your Apple laptop is beyond repair or if you’re just looking to purchase a pre-owned Apple laptop, stop by our Marietta store. We offer a wide range of Apple products that were previously owned and loved.