Staying Alive! (13″ MacBook Screen Repairs)

Hello M:R Nation –

No, this is not a post about the 1977 hit by the Bee Gees, though I could do a whole post on the voice of Barry Gibb. This post is actually about the Black and White 13″ MacBooks from 2006. The staying power of these things just shock me. Apple continues to support them with new software updates and we continue to support owners with any needed repairs that they might need to keep these things out of the trash can!

macbook imageOur most popular repair service on these modern day classics are… you guessed it, the 13″ MacBook 24 Hour LCD Screen Repair. We are inspired by how many folks just love this computer and will do what they can within reason to keep these up and running.

In fact, Mission Repair supports MANY of the older models that most repair centers either can’t or just don’t care to support. This is a pride point that has had some recent discussion internally, when completing a slight facelift on We had discussed removing some of the older Mac laptop repairs, but just couldn’t bring ourselves to do it.

Do you have an older device that you can’t seem to find support on? Give us a ring, lets see if we can help you out! The worst thing we can say is “Sorry, we can’t help you with that one” ┬áin a high pitched Barry Gibb voice.

Cheers, Troy

We’re breaking records this month!

Hello friends-

We’re really spooling up at the office and ramping our staff and operations department for the busy holiday season. In fact, we’ve already smashed November 2012’s records with astounding orders the first week of November 2013!


Why is this important you you? While it sounds like a fantastic thing for any business owner it’s really a win-win for all of our customers as well. When a business is healthy it can offer better pricing, specials, discounts and deals. It’s a matter of efficiency, commitment and confidence.

Last month, we offered an entire line of specials and giveaways for the Halloween week. I did a video blog each day with new news – and thousands of customers participated in the week-long event. It was to launch the 2013 Holiday season off on the right foot and it has worked!

So what now? Well you can expect several new changes on the Mission Repair website (if you’ve seen it lately, we’ve upgraded some of the look and technology) and are offering more services and repairs than ever before. As we continue to expand, Mission Repair will continue to grow and add value to you!

It’s amazing to me that we are already past the first week of November with the holiday season already surrounding us. I hope you have a good one.

Remember Mission Repair can fix that broken iPhone, iPad or Computer which makes a great holiday gift. We’ve had plenty of requests for gift cards – so we should have those in place and available for purchase by Black Friday. Heck, if you know me at all – I’ll be giving away a few of those too!

Until then, keep you eye on this blog for some spectacular news that can only be heard here. Take care.