SimplyFixIt Juniper Green

In 2006, we opened our first dedicated SimplyFixIt in Juniper Green. It sits right beside the Juniper Green Inn and was the first computer store in Edinburgh to be an Epson Express centre. That means that you can take your in-warranty Epson printer there for a free repair, no matter where you bought it.

SimplyFixIt Juniper Green has Qualified Microsoft Certified Engineers and Apple Certified Technicians to repair your damaged laptop, PC or Mac. Why not drop in your device into our SimplyFixIt Juniper Green branch so that we can take a look at it and discuss with you what sort of problem exists and what solutions there are?

If you know your Apple Mac is out of warranty, that's not a problem either, as we specialise in out-of-warranty Mac repairs. We guarantee to be cheaper than Apple for liquid damaged repairs too. Apple don’t repair parts, so if you’ve had an accident with a glass of juice, they will quote you for replacing each part that got wet, or was affected with corrosion. Our business is fixing things, and we’ve saved some customers more than £1,000 on what Apple quoted.


Why not visit us at the SimplyFixIt Juniper Green branch, or alternatively give us a call. We are open 6 days a week.



picture of SimplyFixIt at Juniper Green
SimplyFixIt at Juniper Green

Contact information

544 Lanark Road
Edinburgh,
EH14 5EL
United Kingdom
0131 549 8820 (option 2)
junipergreen@simplyfixit.co.uk

Opening Hours

  1. Monday: 09:00 – 18:00
  2. Tuesday: 09:00 – 18:00
  3. Wednesday: 09:00 – 18:00
  4. Thursday: 09:00 – 18:00
  5. Friday: 09:00 – 18:00
  6. Saturday: 09:00 – 18:00
  7. Sunday: closed
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About the area:

We're proud that SimplyFixIt Juniper Green plays a very important role in the local community. In 2012, we were the official shirt sponsors for Currie Rugby, but we have also sponsored a number of other local sporting clubs.

History:

Juniper Green itself was first mentioned in the Kirk records of Colinton back in 1707. Back then, Juniper Green was the site of a small bleaching green, named as a compliment to Lady Mary Murray of Woodhall. The juniper is associated with the Murray clan.

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