Community Expresses Support And Appreciation For Local Data Recovery Services

May 16, 2019
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Irvine, California-based Hard Drive Recovery Associates (HDRA) is pleased to acknowledge a recent increase in the amount of support and positive feedback shown by their community.

The Irvine company is well known within the community, and this recognition increases with each day as more customers share their experiences with each other regarding Hard Drive Recovery Associates' services. Residents continue to make appointments to contract the company's services—and HDRA affirms that they are the best chance clients have of recovering any important information from their Hard Disk Drives (HDD) and Solid State Drives (SSD).

The company enjoys a 5-Star Rating on Google Maps’ review function, where customers have praised diverse aspects of their services. Recently, Troy Hodge, a customer of HDRA who had been looking for help recovering important data from a damaged HDD wrote, "After discussing my case with a number of data recovery services, I decided that HDRA was easily the most competent company. They guaranteed that if they couldn't recover my data, they wouldn't charge me for it. All of the other providers that I visited were insistent on charging me for an evaluation fee. The Hard Drive Recovery Associates managed to recover my data in record time while being completely transparent of the whole process, including the risks that I was facing. They also did this service at an affordable price, being the best out of all the providers that I visited."

Reviews of this kind are common when referring to Hard Drives Recovery Associates' services, especially following the company's recent release on their Blogspot page. In the article, HDRA discusses Data Privacy, providing tips on keeping information safe while browsing the internet. The recovery specialist also touches on, "Easy Ways To Recover a Damaged Hard Drive," where they provide tips for victims of data loss to recover a damaged hard drive without having to refer to an expert.

Jack Edwards, representative of the Hard Drive Associates, spoke about the company's plan to continue providing a service worthy of praise to the Irvine Community and its surrounding areas, saying, "To keep providing the community with the high-quality service that they're used to, we must evolve in the same manner as technology itself, always moving forward. Through our blog, we provide advice to common issues that our customers encounter. This, along with our 24/7 support service, makes for the most complete service in the market."

HDRA's commitment to helping their customers has earned them a lot of goodwill, with one such customer noting that the company’s staff are, "Very knowledgeable, helpful, and thoughtful through every interaction."

The services provided by Hard Drive Associates aren't limited to the Irvine area, as the company accepts shipments of equipment from all over the country, after an initial consultation to determine the artifact's state.

Immanuel Kinder, a customer from another state shared his experience contracting Hard Drive Associates services while having to ship the damaged equipment to the company, noting that, “At first, I was very skeptical of shipping my damaged hard drive halfway across the country. Every other provider I spoke to was very dismissive, but my Hard Drive Recovery Associates' representative was really friendly and helpful throughout the process, explaining to me the entirety of what would be done to attempt to salvage my data. I was also very pleased with how affordable my data recovery was, as even after paying the shipment prices, it was better than any other option in the market. This company is top notch, and I totally recommend them."

The services provided by the Hard Drive Associates include HDD Data Recovery, SSD Data Recovery, RAID Recovery, Mac Data Recovery, Laptop Data Recovery, and clean room recoveries. These services are complemented by the company's free evaluation services, especially in light of their policy: "If we can't recover the data, we won't charge."

For more information on Hard Drive Associates services, one may contact Jack Edwards. Additionally, customers may visit the company's website to locate further contact information, as well as useful resources to help them make a preliminary diagnosis of their failed equipment on their own. They may also schedule a free consultation through the company's website, where support is available 24/7.

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About Hard Drive Recovery Associates:

Hard Drive Recovery Associates offers data recovery services to Irvine, Anaheim, Santa Ana and the surrounding Orange and LA County areas. We offer the most affordable hard drive recovery and RAID repair solutions in the industry.

Contact Hard Drive Recovery Associates:

Jack Edwards
12 Mauchly #7
Irvine, CA
(949) 258-9465

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