Business Close-Up: Fixing electronics
Broken electronic devices cause inconvenience and headaches, but Lisa and Corey Krusick can help. This industrious couple has just opened Tec Reset on Lincoln Street in Rhinelander. The couple beautifully remodeled the old UPS Store located next to Coffee Beans.
Corey is professionally trained to fix any number of electronic devices. He recently attended Cellular Repair School in Gilbert, Ari., and in addition has spent his entire life fixing everything from video gaming stations to cellular phones. In fact, this couple specializes in cellular phone repair and accessorizing.
“Sometimes a phone gets broken, and the deductible to fix it is more than the repair, or the company sends a refurbished phone back to a customer,” said Corey. “Our goal is to do repairs in a quick turn around time so people can use their original device.”
Outdated phones that have an expired warranty can also be put back to use again at Tec Reset, in addition to cell phone recycling which is also offered here. And depending on parts availability, same day service is possible, especially with Apple products.
In addition to cellular phone repair, Corey can also fix IPads, IPods and most gaming stations. Even older model electronics such as DVD players and tape recorders are a specialty. Computer repair is also done at Tec Reset; in particular physical problems like broken keys on a keyboard, LCD repair, ribbon flex problems or even cracked screens.
Since Tec Reset opened three weeks ago, Lisa has been busy stocking unusual items to personalize electronic devices. Unique and different phone covers in every color are available and one model even looks like a sweet roll. Cases that look like owls, that are bejeweled and wild stripes are all available in addition to carrying straps, skins, button stickers and styluses. “I’m also willing to special order items for phones,” said Lisa.
Corey, Lisa and their son, Dane, invite everyone to stop by to check out their new location and ask questions.
“If someone has an electronic device that needs repair they shouldn’t hesitate to bring it in,” said Corey. “Consultations are free, and I’m always willing to take a look.”
Tec Reset is located at 1022A Lincoln St. in Rhinelander. It’s open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The website is under construction, but will be up in running soon at tecreset.com.
For more information, call (715) 369-0888.