The Dyer family opened their first appliance repair shop on a dusty stretch of road in Fort Worth in 1945, and nearly 70 years later they're still at work tinkering over the ovens, refrigerators, and washing machines families invest in for their homes. Over the years their repertoire has come to include modern appliances such as microwaves and garbage disposals, and they can work with many major brands, including Whirlpool, GE, and Sub-Zero. Perhaps not surprisingly, they also conduct an appliance-repair academy that equips students to become certified professional technicians.
Technical support that helps you fix, install or connect your PC, Laptop, eReader, smartphone or peripheral devices like printers, wireless networks and digital cameras. We repair all software issues and can help speed up slow computers and get you back to on track usually with just one call.
Though it originally sold only two things—audio products and wireless phones—Car Toys has gradually expanded its repertoire. Today, with 50 locations spread across four states, electronics-certified technicians install everything from Alpine in-dash navigation units to phone-integration systems that sync iPhones, Androids, and tin cans to car stereos. Meanwhile, in the garage, detailing technicians meticulously spruce up cars inside and out, using deionized water, paint-friendly shampoos, and high-quality wash mitts to protect against scratches, swirls, and water spots. The team also sweeps through interiors with vacuums, hot-water extractors, and ozone deodorizing treatment, which kills airborne bacteria and nasty smells in one fell swoop.
The thoroughly trained staff members at each My Oreck Store direct customers toward the proper housecleaning accouterments while doling out customized services plus 30-day money-back guarantees on returned items. Tidy up living spaces with a new vacuum by Oreck or Miele ($149.99+), or outfit a vacuum with a new bag ($5.99–$50 for all brands) to complement its date-night outfit. Air purifiers ($149.99) help to rid the surrounding atmosphere of contaminants, and industrial-strength cleaning supplies ($5–$79.99) utilize powerful ingredients that perform constant bicep curls and lunges to vigorously sanitize soiled surfaces.
An onsite team of level-three cell-phone repair technicians draw on their experience at major manufacturers, such as Nokia and Samsung, when solving tablet or touchscreen problems. With a list of services longer than the Hulk's criminal record, the phone pros perform same-day treatments when possible on gadgets ranging from phones to laptops. They repair gizmos from brands such as Apple, BlackBerry, and HTC, and their wrenches have no fear of malfunctioning game consoles. To ensure peace of mind, the techs provide a 60-day warranty on parts, labor, and sudden sentience.
Yakety Yak Wireless, a cellular repair and used phone store, is the culmination of its owner’s 20 years of expertise working for Microsoft. The bright, modern shop hosts trained technicians who perform onsite repairs for mobile devices, including mending damaged trackballs for BlackBerrys and repairing the cracked screens of Apple and Motorola mobile devices. Display tables showcase an array of accessories and gently-used phones from national carriers, which customers can buy and sell, or give to the store’s green program that safely handles and recycles old devices to keep them out of landfills or the mouths of grazing billy goats.