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Santa Barbara Tech Repair Company Opening Up Mobile Franchising Opportunities

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Jan. 13, 2017 - TelAve -- Good news for the small tech repair companies and individual mobile repairers looking for franchising opportunities. Now they can work under a reputable brand and defiantly a leading tech repair company iGeeks iPhone Repair based in Santa Barbara, California.

The founder of the company of Daniel Guerrera's says, "Replacing cracked screens makes up the majority of my work. Due to huge work pressure, we have decided to pass our overhead workload to some small companies and individual repairers interested in working under the umbrella of iGeeks."

"I hope this will help us grow with our franchisees." He further added, "Interested persons can contact us over the telephone or through mail. Eligible companies or individuals can work with us on a commission basis or other specialized terms and conditions- if they have"

For our expertise, quality work, reasonable rates and quick devilry, we have received high acclamation that has helped us received a significant number of satisfied clientele from Santa Barbara area and a few parts of California.

To make my customers, co-workers, and existing franchises aware of my fair and fast dealing, I am sharing the firsthand experience of Keith Hamm with me. He was so satisfied with my work, rate and fair dealing that he has expressed his sweet memories through the real life story mentioned below. I am directly copying and pasting the same content where he has praised my dealing with him in his full-throated ease.
Here is the story:

"My old Apple iPhone 5S didn't look like it had been dropped so much as spiked. Fortunately, it still showed dim signs of life beneath its powerfully shattered screen. I wanted to get it up and running as a dependable backup, but I didn't feel like waiting for an appointment with Apple and paying full price for parts and labor. So I hit up iGeeks, a small shop just off Upper State Street, owned and operated by Daniel Guerrera.

Within seconds, Guerrera had unfastened the damaged screen and was removing strange gunk from the phone innards with a tiny scraping tool. He talked as fast as he worked. Born and raised in Santa Barbara, Guerrera graduated from Dos Pueblos High School and then the Art Institute of California – San Diego, where he specialised in graphic design and computer science.

While designing ads for a friend who was doing iPhone repair, Guerrera showed an interest in the trade and learned firsthand from his buddy. Slowly, this new line of work took shape. He moved back to Santa Barbara, opened a hole-in-the-wall near La Cumbre Plaza, and then shared a retail space at the Sandman Inn on Upper State before landing at his present location about two years ago.

"Replacing cracked screens makes up the majority of my work," he said, gently filing the bent frame of my phone so the new screen would sit properly. "But I also replace a lot of batteries and charge ports." He also repairs iPads.
Guerrera saves on import costs by making and refurbishing his own screens, right there in the shop, with specialized machinery. That saves time, too, he added, which gives him the confidence to offer walk-in repairs that take 30 minutes or less. Mine was good to go in about 20 minutes. I've since heard that if my phone were covered under AppleCare — which I've never signed up for — having it fixed by a third party would have voided that warranty. I tried to confirm that with Apple, but after 23 minutes on hold, I hung up.

"We're here for the locals," Guerrera said. "We're quick, transparent, and there are less wasted."

For 2017, he's expanding franchise opportunities for a mobile iGeeks phone-repair service, and he's planning on opening a Buellton shop this spring.

For more information or queries, one can visit the company website and contact them just filling very small information about him or her.

Interested persons can follow this link:

http://www.igeeksb.com/contact/

Contact
iGeeks iPhone Repair
***@igeeksb.com


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