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Because of the wide variety of PC laptops, desktops, All-In-Ones, and 2-in-1 Convertibles and Detachable computers, we aren't able to offer flat rates for services like LCD screen replacement, keyboard replacements, and battery replacements, we are able to get you an approximate quote on repairing your computer. Repair costs vary widely by part cost, availability, repair time, and other factors. However, here's some figures that can help you get an idea of what your repair might end up costing:

-Our hourly labor rate averages out to approximately $60-65 per hour of service. This is including part markups and quoted labor. 

-Most jobs on Windows desktop towers and standard laptops are fairly straightforward and simple. Repairs on 2-in-1 laptops, touchscreen laptops, All-In-One desktops, and Surface-like tablets are more similar to an iPad or tablet repair than anything in most cases, and the usual parts + labor rate doesn't really apply, as the difficulty of repair can vary a lot more. 

-On average, a hard drive replacement or SSD upgrade will cost between $120 and $200. This does not include data recovery from failed hard drives, which can vary greatly. This price DOES include Windows installation and data transfer from a working drive, as well as the purchase of the drive itself. 

-On average, an LCD screen replacement for a non-touchscreen laptop will run about $100-120, but touchscreen laptops, All-In-One desktops, and 2-in-1 devices can vary greatly. 

-On average, a keyboard replacement is actually one of the simplest repairs on a standard laptop, and runs less than $75 in many cases. However, in other cases, when these keyboards are riveted into the frame of the computer, this can require an entire top case replacement, which can be much more expensive. 

-An average battery replacement usually runs about $100 for a built-in battery on a Windows laptop, and for a removable battery that does not require installation, anywhere from $40 to $80 depending on the cost from the manufacturer. 

Keep in mind though that none of these statements above are considered official written estimates, quotes, etc, and we are under no obligation to honor these "figures" as the part cost and labor difficulty of each computer can change significantly. These figures are only provided to give you a very basic idea of what to expect before coming in, but the best thing to do is to contact us for a formal quote. When contacting us please have your MODEL NUMBER ready. This is NOT your Serial Number, and can be found usually on the original packaging, the original receipt, or the bottom case of the computer. If you still can't find it, just have your computer ready and we can help you find it!