Send Us Your Repair Anytime, Anywhere

DHE offers a one stop shop for quick computer repairs and upgrades for your devices and equipment. We repair and optimize desktops, laptops, and mobile devices nationwide, and send it back in like new condition. Send us your device and our certified technicians take care of the rest and keep you updated throughout the process. You can enjoy a fully functioning computer after repairs at a fraction of what you’d pay for a new computer!

Limited to Mobile Devices such as Tablets, Notebooks, and 2-in-1 Computers under 20lbs.

WHAT WE SERVICE

  • Laptop Repair
  • Hardware Diagnostics and Maintenance
  • Software Troubleshooting
  • Hard Drive Data Recovery
  • Virus and Spyware Assessment and Removal
  • Software and Hardware Upgrades
  • Spill Diagnostics and Recovery
  • Routine Maintenance and Updates

BENEFITS

Our technicians are professionally trained and A+ certified to diagnose, repair, and complete all repair work requested.

We honor our service repair guarantee of up to 30 days after repair to give you extra peace of mind!

Once your service request is sent, a dedicated technician and personal account manager are assigned to handle your request so you are always kept up to date.

Repairs are completed within 72 Hours (Assuming parts availability) then packaged, and shipped back so you can enjoy your like new computer!

Mail-In Repair Service Pricing

$120
$ 109 Base Price
  • Shipping Box With Return Label: $39 for Laptops, $59 for desktops
  • You Will receive a fed ex label within 24 hours. Please allow 4 business days for box to arrive.
STEPS TO MAIL-IN
  1. Submit a service request on our website
  2. Check the “Mail In Computer Repair Service” checkbox as your repair option at the bottom of the request form
  3. Include email and phone
  4. Include your printed service request form in the box before shipping
  5. Take the box to fedex with prepaid label

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