Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/04/2014 -- When it comes to video game consoles and their users, the slightest malfunction or issue can lead to further damages and a steep repair bill from console manufacturers. No matter what the issue is, Game Repair Inc. is announcing they are providing customers with expedited repairs for PS3 consoles. Their services allow customers to avoid further complications.
A game repair store that is open 7 days per week for the convenience of their loyal clientele, their expedited services can have any problem—no matter how large—fixed within 24 hours. There are plenty of problems that can occur with a gaming system, and those issues become more prevalent the more the system is used. As experts in console repairs, they will get to the root of the problem and provide their customers with a free diagnostic, explaining the situation and offering a flat rate for their services.
Whether it’s a yellow light of death, motherboard problem, discs being scratched by the surface, fans no longer spinning, Blu-Ray drive issues, or a freezing of the information board, the professionals at Game Repair Inc. will restore the device. To earn the trust of their clients, there are no hidden fees once the rate is provided.
By utilizing the expedited services offered by Game Repair Inc., gamers won’t have to wait months for Sony to send their console back through the mail. Get the console fixed at an affordable price without worrying about whether the warranty is still in effect.
About Game Repair Inc.
Game Repair Inc., originally named Nintendo Repair, opened its business over 20 years ago and has grown into one of the largest game repair operations in the country. The family owned and operated business continues to grow to be the best repair shop in the world by using friendly customer service and premium repair work. The company’s service includes repairing various console and controllers, as well as buying and selling new and used games. Striving to be the best repair company, Game Repair Inc. stays up to date with the new systems, researching older style games and systems, as well.
For more information, please visit http://www.gamerepair.com/