At Better Hearing Aid Service, we’ve been helping people hear since 1969. We truly enjoy seeing people of all ages rediscover the wonder of clear, crisp sound once they receive their new hearing aids, whether they are recovering a lot of lost hearing ability or just a little. Because we are dedicated to being your partner on your journey to better hearing, you can trust us to have your best interests in mind. We provide honest advice and recommendations about all issues related to hearing aids, but we are never pushy and the final decision is always up to you. Our attitude towards hearing aid repair for Redlands CA residents is no different.
Some hearing aid dispensers see a broken hearing aid as an opportunity to sell the customer on a brand new hearing aid. They may tell you that the hearing aid is “sealed” or can’t be repaired, so you might as well just throw it away and buy a new one. This won’t happen at Better Hearing Aid Service! Our skilled hearing aid specialists will actually look at your broken hearing aid carefully before they make a recommendation. We know that a hearing aid can be a big investment, and you don’t want to have to purchase a new one unless you have to! You can trust us to provide honest advice as to the pros and cons of hearing aid repair versus replacement, and we’ll always leave the final decision up to you.
When you bring your hearing aid to our shop for hearing aid repair Redlands CA, we’ll troubleshoot it to the best of our ability. We can identify and fix many minor issues right in our shop, enabling you to get a faster and most cost-effective repair versus sending the unit back to the manufacturer. Often, the problem is something as simple as a weak battery, a dirty sound receiver, or damaged battery contact points. We’ll have your hearing aid up and running again in no time!
In the even that your hearing aid does require more serious hearing aid repair Redlands CA, we will help you send it back to the manufacturer for service. Be sure to bring your warranty information with you so we can help you figure out if you may be entitled to a free repair or possibly even a hearing aid replacement.