We hope to fill the need for Mac Enthusiasts with damaged products not covered under warranty and offer a greener approach in maintaining their electronics life span.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 12, 2008
iRepair.ca Ltd has just launched their third store in North Vancouver, BC offering repairs to landfill-destined iPod, iPhone and Mac Computers. With their unique on-the-spot services and 24 hour mail-order service, iRepair.ca is catching the eye of savvy consumers hoping to save money on replacing a damaged iPod, iPhone or Mac. The founder of iRepair.ca Ltd. states, "We hope to fill the need for Mac Enthusiasts with damaged products not covered under warranty and offer a greener approach in maintaining their electronics life span."
iRepair.ca started as an online business in 2005, initially only repairing iPods, and now have broadened their services offerings to iPhone and Mac repairs with their team of certified technicians. The growing company's brick and mortar retail locations started with the first Nano-sized store in downtown Toronto, then followed the next year by a second location in uptown Toronto and now reaching out to Western Canada.
The North Vancouver retail store will continue to offer on-the-spot repairs for iPods, same day iPhone service and quick, affordable Mac repairs for all Apple enthusiasts 6 days a week. The companies' wide range of offerings includes; longer life batteries, LCD Screen replacements, board repairs and hard drive upgrades.
With consumers' strong demand for greener solutions, this company is reaching out to Mac users with an option to recycle, repair or restore their damaged goods rather than dispose into our growing landfills. iRepair.ca is offering their growing clientele peace of mind in recycling batteries, e-waste and damaged parts to several Canadian Recycling Agencies after these goods are repaired. This young company has also launched an iPod buy-back program offered online and via their 3 Retail locations for refurbishing and resale. iRepair.ca has made it their focus to change unhappy logos that end up on so many iPods, MacBook and iPhones, and restore these dropped, dog-eaten, water damaged iPods to owners rather than to our overflowing landfills.
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