Computer Upgrades

If your computer is starting to slow down, you may be wondering, “Should I upgrade my computer, or just buy a new one?” A good computer is an investment, so most people try to keep theirs around for as long as reasonably possible. Luckily, there is a lot that can be done to bring and older computer up to speed. Some common computer upgrades include, increasing the memory, switching from a traditional hard drive to an SSD, or adding a better video card.

Upgrading your computer can be an inexpensive way to add a few more useful years to it’s life. If you’re not sure what your upgrade options are, just stop by for a Free* diagnostic, and one of our techs can evaluate your needs.


Common Computer Upgrades

Technician upgrading computer while customer watches

Estimated Time & Cost*

Turn-TimePricing

In‑Shop
Best performed in-shop1-3 Days
(Depending on Parts Availability)
$35-125 + Parts

On‑Site
Some upgrades best done in-shop ie. SSD or HDD upgrades.1-2 Hours$85 / hour + Parts

Remote
Requires physical access to computer.N / AN / A

Estimated Time & Cost*


In‑Shop
Turn-TimePricing
1-3 Days
(Depending on Parts Availability)
$35-125 + Parts
Best performed in-shop

On‑Site
Turn-TimePricing
1-2 Hours$85 / hour + Parts
Some upgrades best done in-shop ie. SSD or HDD upgrades.

Remote
Turn-TimePricing
N / AN / A
Requires physical access to computer.

*All turn-times and prices listed online are approximate. Unless otherwise noted, prices do not include cost of parts. Free Diagnostic subject to exceptions. Click HERE for details. Emergency or RUSH service is available for an additional fee. On-Site & Remote services require an appointment. Subject to availability. Travel fee may apply.