All Make Hearing Aid Repair Center in Largo, Florida

If your hearing aids sound weak or there is no sound at all then the Gardner Audiology repair center in Largo, Florida can help you. The Audiology Doctors at Gardner work with all the major hearing aid manufacturers including Starkey, Phonak, Signia, Oticon, Widex and Unitron. 

Gardner Audiology stocks replacement parts for most manufacturers so repair services can often be accomplished in one visit while the patient waits. The Audiologists at Gardner can honor most all of the major manufacturers’ repair warranties. 

Moisture and perspiration are major causes of hearing aid repair problems. The Gardner repair lab has equipment that can extra extract 100% of the moisture buildup in hearing instruments. This service can revive many dead hearing aids and is used to prevent expensive repair problems.  

Many of the Gardner Audiology hearing aid patients visit the Largo location for routine hearing aid service visits several times each year. The repair technicians remove ear wax and moisture from their aids. They also replace protective filters and check the statue of the electronics. 

If you need help with Hearing aids, contact Gardner Audiology. The address of their Largo location is 11200 Seminole Blvd., Suite 301, Largo, Florida. Call 1-727-977-5222 or mail info@gardneraudiology.com. Gardner also has hearing aid repair services in Palm Harbor, St. Petersburg, Tampa, New Port Richey, Spring Hill, Zephyrhills, Crystal River, Inverness and Dunnellon, Florida.   

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