You depend on your hearing aids to get through your day. When they need repairs, you don’t want to rely on a company that simply ships out all its repairs to a factory across the country or around the world. At U.S. Hearing Solutions, we’re able to do almost all of our patients’ hearing aid repairs right here in-house, eliminating lengthy shipping times and confusing repair issues.
You trust our team here to give you the best hearing solutions. It’s only natural for you to trust us to repair your hearing aids when and if problems arise.
The Cost of Hearing Aid Repairs
The cost of having your hearing aids repaired will depend on a number of factors. Among them are:
- Are your hearing aids under warranty?
- Do your hearing aids need replacement parts?
- How expensive are the replacement parts?
- What is the extent of the damage?
If you bought your hearing aids from our office and they’re still under warranty, your costs could be very small or nonexistent. If you’ve got older hearing aids that need substantial work done, your costs could be more significant. For instance, a cracked case on a custom molded device might be quite expensive to replace, but we can repair some cracks ourselves in-house, reducing the costs significantly.
The Benefits of In-House Repairs
Because we do a lot of the repairs in-house, you can speak with the person who will be doing the repairs. We’ll be able to answer any questions or concerns you might have. You won’t have to trust that faceless technicians will care for your valuable hearing aids; you know our caring staff will be on the job.
We won’t be shipping your hearing aids elsewhere, and we won’t have to pay other technicians to do any repairs, so your costs will be much lower. You’ll be able to get your repairs done in a fraction of the time, too. And because we repair any brand or age of hearing aid, you can be sure we’ll get the job done to your satisfaction. In many cases, we can inspect, diagnose and repair your hearing aids while you wait here in our office.
For the best in care, both for fitting new hearing aids and for repairing older ones that aren’t working anymore, contact our office at U.S. Hearing Solutions.