Hard Drive Data Recovery Prices

We make hard drive data recovery affordable! Flat rates, no open-end pricing like the other guys. An honest “no data, no charge” policy, and we don’t charge for parts. Free return media & shipping too.Hard Drive Head Swap

We have 3 levels of pricing based on the cause of failure.
The listed prices are for disk drives up to 1TB*

  • $295 Level 1 Data Recovery (Deleted files, format, simple firmware issues, not detected)
  • $395 Level 2 Data Recovery (PCB repair, advanced firmware issues, media defects, weak heads)
  • $495 Level 3 Data Recovery (Clean-room head stack removal for inspection, cleaning, or replacement)

*Hard disk drives over 1TB are charged an additional $75 per terabyte.

Parts are already included in our prices (PCB, donor heads). Recovery media is included for non-RAID recoveries, but the size and type is our choice. You can provide other media. Free return shipping via Priority Mail is included with every paid recovery. You can request and pay for alternate shipping methods.

A $35 discount has already been applied to our prices so we can keep your device for parts or experiments. After 30 days any device still in our possession is considered abandoned and may be used for parts or experiments. We do not offer refunds after a recovery has been delivered. We have a “no data, no charge policy”, but declined recoveries are charged $25 per device for return shipping and handling. Our recovery rates are subject to change at any time. Our website reflects our current hard disk drive recovery service prices and supersedes any printed or saved media.

At Blizzard Data Recovery we use professional tools to recover the data from your failed hard drive. All work, including clean room data recovery, is done in our lab. We do not outsource data recovery cases. We accept all 2.5″ and 3.5″ disk drives with SATA, EIDE, or USB connections for recovery, including HGST, Hitachi, IBM, Maxtor, Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, and Western Digital.

Read more about hard drive recovery levels.