Xtreme Techies is equipped with the latest and most advanced repair equipment for fast diagnostics and guaranteed results whatever the issues, either hardware related or software related. The team at Xtreme Techies is one of the very few capable of solving complex issues affecting circuit boards on motherboards alongside the most common laptop faults such as display and graphics issues, overheating problems, blue or black screen, virus attacks or Windows operating system corruption.
Xtreme Techies’s objective is to offer personalised I.T. solutions at the best possible price for home users and businesses. By repairing existing laptops’ parts and components instead of replacing them whenever possible, customers have access to an eco-friendly solution to their problem while keeping their repair costs lower than the cost of a new computer. http://www.xtremetechies.co.uk/
Xtreme Techies’ new laptop repair centre in London Paddington is targeting local customers from Hyde Park, Kensington, Regent’s Canal, Little Venice, Bayswater, Edgware Road, Marylebone and London’s West End areas. To get a full diagnostics by expert technicians, customers can bring their faulty laptop to One Kingdom Place during office hours, Monday to Friday. The company can also assist with courier collections and deliveries for customers nationwide. For more information about the services provided or to obtain a free laptop repair quote, customers can send an email at email@example.com or call 020 7064 4997.
Xtreme Techies repair centre is located minutes away from London Paddington railway station, off Bishop’s Bridge on Bishop’s Bridge Road, W2. Customers arriving from Paddington Station Hall or the Heathrow Express shouldn’t exist at Praed Street. They need to walk to the far end of platform 8 and follow signs to 'Sheldon Square - leading to Kingdom Street', walk over the walkway, along the canal, turn left at Starbucks. Once facing Sheldon Square amphitheatre, they need cross to the other side where they will see Kingdom Street in front of them: One Kingdom Street is on the left with a bright yellow statue (“Untitled Yellow” by Steven Gontarski) outside the main entrance. Customers exiting from the Bakerloo line, District Line or Circle Line approaching Paddington clockwise need to follow signs to Paddington mainline station and use the instructions above from Paddington mainline station hall. Customers exiting from Hammersmith & City line or Circle Line approaching Paddington anti clockwise should turn left and follow signs to “Sheldon Square – leading to Kingdom St” after the ticket barriers outside the tube entrance.
OPENING HOURS: 9AM - 5PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
1 Kingdom Street
020 7064 4997