The Best Hearing Aid Repair Services in Michigan, Minnesota, & Florida
How annoying is it when the hearing aids you rely on go kaput, fizzle, or just won’t work the way they should? Keeping your hearing aids in optimal condition is crucial to connecting with the world. While modern hearing aids are built to last and withstand exposure to the elements and daily use, you will occasionally need to bring them in for repair and upkeep.
You should schedule an annual clean and check every six months. These appointments will involve a thorough cleaning and a recheck of your hearing to make sure we don’t need to adjust the programming. During these appointments we will also check the battery and look for common problems such as damage to the casing or to the ear hook.
We Repair Most Major Hearing Aid Brands So You Can Get Your Hearing Back Right Away
We not only sell hearing aids, we provide ongoing care and repair of the brands we carry. Call or text us for an appointment.
We are able to do many repairs on site, or we send it back to the manufacturer for repairs. In many cases, we will offer you a loaner pair of hearing aids while yours is being repaired so you don’t miss anything important while you wait.
How Much is Your Hearing Aid Repair Going to Cost?
Good question…That depends on what’s wrong with the hearing aid, whether it’s still under warranty, and what is covered by your insurance. If we have to replace mechanical parts, and those repairs aren’t covered, it can be a few hundred dollars. But more often than not, the hearing aids need a simple repair such as a battery replacement or a thorough cleaning, which are far less expensive.
Why Is My Hearing Aid Not Working?
Hearing aids are technological tools, and just like computers or smartphones, there might be occasions when they stop working correctly. Many of these situations are easily fixable, such as a low battery. Every hearing aid runs on a battery. Most hearing aid batteries will last days, but this will depend on the features you’re using on a daily basis. Even rechargeable batteries eventually need to be replaced. A low battery can cause issues such as poor sound quality, weak sounds, and hearing aids that won’t turn on.
In other cases, your hearing aids may have to be cleaned. Dirty hearing aids can cause feedback, muffled sounds, and even discomfort. A regular cleaning routine and yearly thorough cleanings can get your hearing aids back to normal.