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Mac, PC & Laptop Repair

​Key Features:​

  • No Fix, No Fee

  • OEM original parts used when possible

  • Tailored service to help you get the most out of your computer

  • Screen replacements

  • Advanced diagnostics

  • Upgrades

  • Liquid/spill damage

  • Motherboard repair

  • iMacs & MacBooks covered

  • Laptops & Desktop towers covered

  • All in one (AIO) desktops covered

How it works - Understand your journey with Technical Merritt

​Brands we have worked on:​

  • Apple iMac / MacBook / MacBook Pro / MacBook Air

  • Dell

  • Lenovo

  • HP / Hewlett Packard

  • Microsoft / Surface

  • Acer

  • Asus

  • LG

  • Sony / VAIO

  • Toshiba

  • Medion

  • MSI

  • Razer

  • Samsung

  • Alienware

  • Advent

  • Zoostorm

  • Chromebook

The term repair can mean a few things:​

  • Software repairs and adjustment - Often cleaning/speeding up an old PC by getting rid of junk files or performing a data backup followed by a complete reinstall of the operating systems.

  • Replacing parts - From the more simple RAM and SSD upgrades, to motherboard replacements.

  • Repairing components - Instead of replacing the whole part, replacing a small component that makes up that part.


Here at Technical Merritt, we have you covered with all 3! From software installations, to replacing tiny components on a motherboard.

​​"My computer is running slow"

We understand how frustrating a slow running computer can be which ultimately results in reduced use of your computer. Don't worry - Technical Merritt will have you back up to speed in no time.

The usual solution for this is a full service:

  • Removing junk

  • Optimising Windows

  • Cleaning laptop or PC - removing dust so the cooling fan(s) can efficiently cool the computer

  • We may also suggest a couple of upgrades. An upgraded part or two can often breathe new life into a computer that has otherwise become frustrating to use and destined for the scrap heap.

"Upgrade to SSD"

By far the most frequent computer upgrade we perform is to replace an old mechanical HDD (hard disk drive) with a super-fast SSD (solid state drive).

It's simple. If you don't have an SSD, then you are missing out on a substantial speed increase!

It used to be the case that SSDs were very expensive and were only something you would find in very high-end computers. In recent years, the price has come right down, making an SSD upgrade a sensible option for anyone who intends to keep using their PC for more than a year.

"I've smashed my screen!"

We have replaced screens on just about every laptop you can think of. A smashed screen is just an accident waiting to happen, and judging by the amount that we replace, it's an accident that happens quite often.

When we replace LCD screens, we always use OEM or original parts wherever possible. The cost of screen repair depends on the cost of the part and the complexity of removal and fitting.

"Do I need more RAM?"

For laptops today, we'd recommend a minimum of 8GB RAM, with 16GB being the preferred amount for most users.

The often-overlooked speed of the RAM is all-important too.

If your computer has more than one RAM slot, but only one stick of RAM is installed, you're missing out on another considerable speed boost!

When RAM is installed in pairs, it means we can take advantage of a feature called "dual channel". In short, this means data can be moved around at twice the speed of a single-channel configuration.

"I spilt liquid on my computer"

​There's a guide here on water/liquid damage. But rest assured, at Technical Merritt we have you covered.

Laptop repairs are our daily bread, so if your laptop is dead or showing no signs of life, we have the solution.

Click 'Get Started' to book yourself in on our system 

Laptop Repair - Key Features
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Liquid Water Damage - Compuer Repair Chorleywood
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