ATTENTION: Mac-Rescue has downsized and is no longer operating a store front presence. However, we are still repairing computers but an appointment will be needed. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call: (207)862-5135

Certified Apple Technicians

We repair both hardware & Software related issues on:

MacBook Pro
MacBook Air
MacBook
Mac Pro
iMac
Mac Mini
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Let us come to you

Home network setup or installed?
Unable to leave your home or office?
Help setting up a printer?
Help learning your device?
If you are too busy or unable to come to us, we can come to you!

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Customer Focused

Mac-Rescue will make sure that you are completely satisfied. We will work with you until you are completely comfortable with your machine.

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Fast turnaround

Depending on the nature of the problem and how busy the shop is, repairs can take anywhere from 2-10 business days. Rush services are available for a fee. Software problems such as OS installations and virus removals take less time because we do not need to order parts.

A family oriented Maine business,
that cares about you

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Reliable Apple computer repair in Hampden, Maine.

In-Home services available

Contact Us
(207)862-5135

Mac-Rescue is located in
Hampden, Me 04444

Mon - Fri: By appointment only
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Contact Us Now

Computer pickup on your schedule!

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David Higgins
Owner/ Technician

David Higgins - Owner TechnicianDavid spent 10 years working as an EMT/Paramedic before graduating from the University of Maine. He built electronic circuits and managed a student computer lab, which is where he found his niche. Since 1992, he has developed his diagnostic skills and instinctive abilities in computer service and repair, and in finding solutions to most problems. He has been an Apple Certified Technician for over 18 years. He also has a talent for teaching the novice, as well as the seasoned, Mac user.

Call to speak to a tech today!

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FAQ

  • scheduleHow long will the repair take?
    Depending on the nature of the problem and how busy the shop is, repairs can take anywhere from 2-10 business days. Rush services are available for a fee. Software problems such as OS installations and virus removals take less time because we do not need to order parts.
  • paymentHow much will this be?

    Repair costs are based on the cost of parts and labor. After your computer is diagnosed, a technician will contact you with repair options and costs.
    Standard labor charges are $84 an hour, and we only bill for hands-on time.

    Approximate labor costs for common services:
    • Diagnostic (laptop) : 30-90 minutes.
    • Diagnostic (iMac): 30- 120 minutes
    • Hard drive replacement: 30-45 minutes
    • RAM installation: 15 minutes
    • Data recovery: 60 minutes
    • Logic board replacement: 90 minutes
    • Virus removal: 30 minutes
    • Operating system reinstallation: 30 minutes.

    NOTE: These estimates do not include wait time. We perform thorough hardware testing as part of any repair. These tests are not hands-on time, so they are not billed, but they do take several hours to complete.

  • callDo I need an appointment?
    Yes! Please call us to arrange a time.
  • computerDoes Mac-Rescue sell refurbished macs?
    We do not sell refurbished computers or IOS devices. We have heard good things about Macs4U as a used computer resource. You can also buy refurbished machines straight from Apple by visiting the Apple store.
    If you’ve recently purchased a used computer, we offer hardware testing and OS reinstallation to make sure that your new computer is working fine and malware-free. We can also offer clean bills of health for users looking to sell their computer.
  • whatshotHow can I speed up my computer?
    There are many causes for slow computers. If your computer has suddenly begun running slowly, it might mean that you have malware or a hardware problem. Failing hard drives commonly cause sudden, extreme slowdowns.
    Do not install programs which promise to make your computer faster. They are usually malware. Your mac does not need it’s registry, RAM, or file system cleaned.
    If your computer has always been slow, a RAM upgrade or new hard drive might give you the boost you’re looking for. Solid state hard drives are significantly faster than the spinning drive your computer probably has now, and they can be installed for as little as $100.