North Star TV Repair launches website for Canadian customers

26th October 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, October 26, 2013: North Star TV Repair Company has launched its website for their Canadian customers. The website comprises good menu sections which contain all the required information in detailed manner. The website tends to provide clear information about the company and its diverse services. Quick navigation helps the user to get the information within seconds. Altogether company tried to design this newly website in such a way that it renders user friendly experience to customers.

Company ensures their customers to enhance their television experience by providing efficient TV Repair services. North Star has skilled technicians that are experts in handling all brand models such as Sony, Hitachi, Samsung and many more. Apart from eliminating the problems of television, the expertise also has knowledge to fix it at different places and directions.

The trained technicians also provide some other services like on-site fixing of poor performing television sets, eliminate minor to complex operational problems, diagnose the sets, repair various parts and tools, installation of sets etc.


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