Blizzard Data Recovery offers professional services at affordable rates. Our recovery lab, located in North Georgia, has the equipment, software, training and tools to get your data back at a reasonable price. If your hard drive was not dropped or knocked over then it usually falls under our $295-$395 charge. If it has suffered a crash or drop then the average charge is $525.
We also offer USB flash drive recovery for as little as $135 and recovery media is included at no extra charge.
No data, no charge! If we determine your drive is unrecoverable we will ship it back to you via Priority Mail at no charge. What do you have to lose? Send your failed device now!
We don’t really care for the term “cheapest” but we do offer some of the lowest prices on expert data recovery services in the United States.
Our company is small enough to offer personal service, but established enough to own some of the best equipment in the industry. Our lab equipment.
- Hard disk drive data recovery specialist
- Professional data recovery lab
At Blizzard, we strive to make data recovery affordable. We use multiple laminar flow workstations and state of the art hard drive recovery tools and software for HDD failure recovery cases. We also conduct research and training so we can stay on the cutting edge of HDD recovery services and techniques. We are not a large lab that prices difficult recoveries real high so the customer will turn it down. We spend the time necessary and will make every attempt to recover your data, while still maintaining our affordable prices.
Diagnostics and recovery estimates are free. There is never a charge unless you want your recovered data. We’ll even return your HDD via USPS at no charge if it’s unrecoverable. Hard disk recoveries that were not dropped or knocked over and have not suffered impact will usually cost you $295-$395. Damaged or crashed drives that need to be opened in a clean bench typically cost $550 for recovery*.
*Recovery media is now included. See our full price list.
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