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West L.A. Computer Repair

When you have an emergency problem, we are ready to come to you. Wherever you are in West L.A., our workers will arrive at your site prepared to do the work while you wait. Our fine technicians will focus on fixing whatever problem you have.

We can provide the following:

  • Toshiba computer repair
  • Dell desktop repair
  • HP computer repair
  • computer screen repair
  • Apple computer, Mac repair
  • Lenovo repair
  • virus removal
Drop Off Service

Diagnostic Fee: $45 - refundable if we perform the repair

Drop off Rate: $89/hour billed in quarter-hour increments

Quarter hourly rate: $22.25

There is no minimum charge for drop-off service, so you pay only for the time it takes to repair your computer. If you approve the recommended repair, the diagnotic fee is waived.

Onsite Service

Home Users: $89/hour

Business Users: $99/hour

Our on-site rates carry a 1-hour minimum charge. Any work performed beyond the first hour is prorated in 15 minute increments.

Emergency Rate

$150/hour first hour minimum, $125/hour thereafter

Approximately 1 hour response time

All Day Service

Need help for a day-long project? Reserve one of our skilled technicians all day for $550, a savings of over $200!
And Doggone It, People Like Me!

Fromjthe 405 to Centinela, from Wilshire Blvd. to Pico, our expert computer repair techs know West L.A. intimately and we have dozens of businesses and households that have come to depend upon us as their preferred local repair service. Whether you're a million-dollar business in a high-rise on Wilshire or Olympic, or whether you're a student needing to fix your computer fast before the next mid-term, we have the knowledge and skills to help you out fast. We come to you..  Please call PC Fixer today for some of the best skilled computer and best computer repair service in West L.A. .

These are just some of the additional IT services we provide:

  • Onsite, drop-off or online assistance
  • West L.A. laptop repair
  • Same-day service
  • 6 days a week
  • Motherboard repairs
  • Hard drive repairs, upgrades and replacements
  • Data recovery
  • Networking & Wireless
  • Operating System installation and repairs
  • Windows 7, Vista, XP and Macintosh OS X
  • New, used and refurbished laptops and desktop computers
About West L.A.:
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West L.A. computer repair
West L.A. West Los Angeles (often referred to as West L.A.) is a district in the Westside region of the City of Los Angeles, California. The district lies in a small part of what the larger region by the same name, when locals use the name they may be referring to the district or the larger region known as the "Westside."

The district's geographic boundaries are the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) on the south, and the green borders composed of hedges and green space with the neighborhoods of Century City (Century Park West) and Rancho Park on the west. The northern border of the portion of West L.A. that is east of the I-405 is Santa Monica Boulevard (north of which is Westwood). These parts of the district are represented by the Westside Neighborhood Council, a council shared with Century City, Cheviot Hills, and Rancho Park.

The Big Blue Bus (Santa Monica's municipal bus network) using UCLA as one of its terminals, provides public transit within the region, especially along east-west routes, as does the LACMTA to a lesser extent.

This district contains and is adjacent to an area of Japanese-American culture along Sawtelle Boulevard which is sometimes called Sawtelle.

There are other areas included by locals as part of the West Los Angeles subregion but are not part of the neighborhood called West L.A. itself.

The central location of West Los Angeles has made it a locus of commercial development, with several high-rise office buildings along Olympic, Santa Monica, and Wilshire Boulevards. It also contains a large number of Japanese-owned businesses. A satellite congregation of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, one of the most prominent Reform Jewish congregations in Southern California, occupies the northeast corner of Olympic and Barrington.

Housing in West Los Angeles is a mixture of low-rise apartment buildings, mostly inhabited by young professionals and working-class families, and single-story tract house developments built between late 1920 and 1960.[citation needed] Two of Los Angeles's tallest residential towers are at the neighborhood's northern edge, at the intersection of Wilshire and Barrington.

There is a trend toward greater density, as single-family houses get replaced by apartment buildings, or apartment buildings by taller ones, as building sites become available through demolition.

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