In business for more than 25 years, Up & Running Computer Repair coaxes loyal handheld devices back to peak condition with a wide variety of fix-it services. Skilled technicians certified in both Microsoft and CompTIA set to work on dinged-up smartphones’ screens, employing expert buffing methods to smoothen out scratches, chips, and unsightly meteor craters. Alternatively, the general-spend option permits clients to commission a wide array of repairs on any device. Customers can utilize Up & Running’s services to renovate broken buttons on a flip phone or to mend water damage incurred while ordering sushi delivery from the bottom of the pool.
Ever since cell phones stopped growing plentifully on trees, the electronics doctors at Broke A Phone have made it their mission to keep handhelds functional. The facility specializes in brands such as Apple, HTC, Motorola, and Droid, and most replacement parts are available in-house to minimize waits. Clients can solicit an expert tech for a simple screen replacement, or more complicated services such as repairing water damage incurred while ordering sushi from the deep end of the pool.
Since 1984, the knowledgeable staff at Tallahassee Photo has been helping customers take, display, and transform their photos, videos, and artwork. The shop's stock of photo equipment and supplies includes cameras and lenses from Sony and Canon, as well as Fujifilm film, Tamrac camera bags, and other accessories. Once photographers have snapped their shots, they can head to the website for online photo-printing services, or they can order photo books, greeting cards, and photo gifts.
The professional framers stock more than 200 frames for custom jobs. They can also inlay their work with custom-cut mats, including those with multiple openings to display shots of everyone in a family or show off a progression of a cat's Christmas sweaters over the years. They're also able to create frame-free canvas and gallery wraps.
For moving pictures, Tallahassee Photo’s staff offers video-transfer services. They use the same equipment employed by the Library of Congress and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to handle 8mm, Super 8mm, and 16mm films. They can also transfer formats such as VHS and Betamax onto DVDs or transfer old audio formats (such as LP records) onto CDs.