You might need a nerd if…

  • Some physical component of your MacBook isn’t working properly. 
  • Your MacBook seems to be getting slower and s.l.o.w.e.r and s..l..o..w..e..r
  • You live in Fresno and need a local technician to help with MacBook hardware repair
  • Your MacBook won’t power on properly or randomly shuts off 
  • You’d like to try your own MacBook hardware repair, but you’d feel a lot more confident if you could get first some advice from a board-certified nerd
  • You tried some DIY MacBook hardware repair already, and it didn’t work out quite as well as you’d hoped

Gandalf and Balrog slaying, Ripley and Alien blasting … Nerds and MacBook hardware repair 

Got a Balrog problem? Get a wizard. Acid-spitting Xenomorphs putting a dampener on your day? Talk to Ellen Ripley. Shes on Instagram. If you need MacBook hardware repair, speak to a nerd. It’s what we do.

Here is the odd paradox of MacBooks. When they work, one could not hope for a simpler, more straightforward, more user-friendly piece of computational kit. When something goes wrong, however, all heckfire can break loose. Components are hard to access. The casing is fragile. If you don’t know what you are doing, it’s spectacularly easy to make a mistake and end up with a bigger problem than you began with.

MacBook hardware repairs are just a bit more technically demanding than your run-of-the-mill computer fixes. But all is not lost! If your MacBook has a problem, just pick up the phone and call a nerd at 1-800-919-6373 for a no-obligation quote. We’re a mobile service headquartered right here in Fresno, and we have years of experience providing high-quality MacBook hardware repair to home and business users alike.  

What kind of MacBook hardware repairs can we help you with? 

We have repaired a lot of stuff! Our MacBook hardware repair services have run the gamut, from fixing a bodgy S key to repairing a MacBook that appeared at some point to have been immersed in a concoction of Mountain Dew and desiccated coconut. That was unpleasant. 

But let’s take a look at a few of the typical MacBook hardware repairs that keep our Fresno fleet of mobile repair workshops zooming from one end of the city to another.

1. It won’t power on!

Without juice, a MacBook is just an extremely expensive paperweight. There are two common kinds of power-related MacBook hardware repairs we regularly perform. The first is a slowly failing battery. If you noticed you’re getting less and less untethered computing time, a dying battery is the likely culprit. The other power MacBook hardware repair we’re constantly performing is a power supply replacement. The tell-tale signs of a failing power supply are odd noises, increased heat generation, and unexpected crashes. 

Either way, our first step is to look closely at your computer. We’ll perform a full diagnostic to accurately identify why your MacBook isn’t getting power and offer you the best possible solutions along with a cost breakdown. 

2. My screen is on the blink!

MacBook screens break easily. One drop, one jolt, or even a slightly over-enthusiastic poke with a pen can be all it takes to inflict noticeable damage to your screen. The good news is that screens can be replaced. While this is a more time-demanding MacBook hardware repair than others, it’s very doable. And, of course, a screen replacement will cost you much less than buying a new laptop. You don’t even need to bring your MacBook into our Fresno store. We can perform this repair at your location, no problem. 

3. My keyboard is broken!

This brings us to our most common kind of MacBook hardware repair: keyboards. I mean, let’s face it, your keyboard faces a constant onslaught. It’s one of the most physically handled parts of any computer system. Spills are a leading cause of sticky keys – that horrible situation where a key stays down once it’s depressed. But even an errant crumb or regular wear and tear can slowly chip away at a keyboard’s performance until it becomes beyond frustrating to type. 

You needn’t put up with these kinds of keyboard frustrations! As part of our MacBook hardware repair service we can either replace individual keys for you, or we can wipe the slate clean and install a brand new keyboard into your laptop. Sick of sticky keys? Call us! With the help of a helpful Fresno nerd, your typing game can be on point once more.

If you’re looking for MacBook hardware repair, look no further. We are here to help!

We’ve been helping our Fresno customers with MacBook hardware repairs for close to two decades now. We’ve seen it all. So if something about your MacBook isn’t up to snuff, why not give us a call at 1-800-919-6373? We’re friendly, we’re reliable, and we will come to you wherever you are in Fresno. 

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Questions nerds often hear about Fresno MacBook Hardware Repair

Can I complete a MacBook hardware repair on my own?

Hmmm… well, yes, you can. But you will need patience and time. Remember that MacBooks are a bit fiddly, so if you do want to try some DIY, do make sure you do your research first. You can always call us, and we’ll be happy to give you some advice. We’re right here if you’d rather take the easy route. We’ll come to you, and we’ll give you a free no-obligation quote for all MacBook hardware repairs.

Are hardware repairs expensive?

Generally, MacBook hardware repair costs are quite reasonable. That said, the cost of a repair will depend greatly on the problem that needs to be fixed. Replacing a single key is a drop in the bucket. Replacing an entire screen is a little more costly. The good news is that Nerds On Call offers a flat rate, a free diagnostic service, and free no-obligation quotes. We can take a look at your MacBook and give you a detailed, cost-effective quote for your repair costs.

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Common Terms

Computer Hardware

Any part of a computer that has a physical structure.


A laptop, also known as a notebook, is a type of personal computer designed for mobile use, typically featuring a thin and lightweight form factor, and commonly used for tasks such as browsing the internet, sending emails, and creating documents.


MacBook runs on the macOS operating system, which is specifically designed for Apple hardware.