Print Receipts, Labels, and Price Tags Easily and Efficiently
Thermal printers are a staple in businesses that require printing receipts, shipping labels & price tags. They have fewer moving parts, so the need for regular maintenance is often much lower than other popular printer types.
Though you may be used to a printer that runs more smoothly than the alternative, eventually the day will come that you need an emergency repair. When that finally happens, Up and Running is the thermal printer repair company who will be there for you.
Keep your office Up and Running when you take advantage of our specialized repair services, including:
Same day or next day printer repair
Flat rate price with no additional cost or fees
No hassle replacements (we'll get you the part for your printer the very next day)
Friendly on-site service
We repair a wide variety of major name brand printers, including HP, Konica Minolta, Lexmark, Canon and Dell. Our certified printer repair experts can help you out with our flexible and comprehensive services. If you need a new part for your printer, we can get it to you by the very next day!
Do what's best for your company by contacting Up and Running for any thermal printer repair and maintenance needs!
Benefits to using a thermal printer for your business:
Less ink leads to lower printing costs
Sharper, more durable print quality
Lower maintenance costs
You’ve made the right choice in using thermal printing for your office. Now make an equally great choice by contacting Up and Running printing repair technicians to service your company’s printers.
Fast Service at a Price your Company can Afford
We know it’s important to keep your printing costs low. That’s why Up and Running provides fast and efficient thermal printing maintenance every time. We make sure that you stay within budget to keep your business running smoothly.
Up and Running is here to help you with any office printer issues. Give us a call today at 262-569-1787 to get a printer service contract with us.
We help businesses from all industries get out of any sized printing jam: