Kirkland Samsung Galaxy Repair

Going without your Samsung Galaxy for just one day can cause all sorts of problems. However, accidents happen. A broken screen can prevent you from getting work done, or cause you to miss an important call. One thing is certain, if your Samsung Galaxy breaks, you don't have time to wait for a lengthy repair. At One Hour Device Repair, we specialize in Samsung Galaxy repair, and can have your phone back in your hands usually in less than an hour. Our low price guarantee means you never have to pay more than you should for a Samsung Galaxy repair. From data recovery to full screen replacement, our Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair experts can get you back on track in no time.

Guaranteed Fast and Affordable Kirkland Samsung Galaxy Repair

  • Most Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair jobs can be cone in less than an hour, including broken screen replacement
  • It is considerably cheaper to replace broken glass on your Samsung Galaxy than to replace the entire LCD
  • Our Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair experts can recover lost data from non-repairable devices, including photos, videos, and important files
  • We offer a low-price guarantee on every Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair, and a lifetime guarantee on replacement parts
  • We are conveniently located, so get your Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair done while you wait

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One Hour Device Repair is the Kirkland resident's shop of choice for all Samsung Galaxy repairs. We keep parts for all major brand in-stock, so most jobs can be completed in the time it takes to eat lunch. With a low price guarantee and turnaround times of less than 30 minutes, we are simply the best choice for all Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repairs.

Why Choose Us For Your Samsung Galaxy Repair?

  • Most Samsung Galaxy repairs can be done in less than 30 minutes
  • We guarantee the best price
  • Labor and parts are also guaranteed
  • Our shop is conveniently located in Kirkland
  • We include a free diagnostic and battery check with every repair job
  • We keep parts for all major brands in stock


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Drop in today and speak with one of our Kirkland Samsung Galaxy repair experts.
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Kirkland Tidbits


The community of Kirkland was once known all throughout the country as The Pittsburgh of the West had to begin anew. The settlement had survived years of hardship that didn't bring much to the eastside of Lake Washington, the demise of the steel mill venture of Peter Kirk, and the Crash of 1893. However,, Kirkland started rebounding and growing and grow into its own as a gateway into and out of Seattle.

Shipbuilding became absolutely necessary since Lake Washington separated Seattle from Kirkland. Leading the way was the Curtis family, who had been living on the eastside since the 1870's, and they operated a flourishing business, not only in their operation, but also in their construction of vessels. The fact is that along with Captain John Anderson, the Curtis family were some of the first ferrymen that operated on Lake Washington. Captain Anderson who operated the wooden ferry Leschi, they made the first run on Lake Washington 1913. The Lecshi was the first ferryboat that operated as a passenger boat between Madison Park and the eastside and transported automobiles until the 1950's.

A change started taking place on the eastside as the boat traffic slowly increased. People now had the capability to work in Seattle while residing in a rural community. Although many of the pioneers leaders in this early suburbia had small farms, it wasn't uncommon for a businessman or a clerk during those times to stay and work in Seattle during the week and then come home to tend to their farms and livestock on the weekends. Some of the residents were able to live solely off the land without any day job in the big city and the residents who were wealthy were afforded summer homes with a pastoral setting that was no more than an hour away from their busy world of their daily work lives.

Kirkland officially became one of the earliest eastside communities in 1888, primarily as the result of its growth. The year 1905 brought the official incorporation of Kirkland as a town, which had a population of 400 people. The main concern of the new City Council was the Lake Washington shoreline and the improvement of roads, particularly with the two new industries in Kirkland, which were wool milling and shipbuilding.

In 1892, the first woolen mill in Washington State was established in Kirkland. It produced wool products for the U.S. military in WW II as well as the Alaska Gold Rush prospectors. The shipbuilding industry in Kirkland started on Lake Washington waterfront with the building of ferries. For more than 20 years, the majority of the vessels on Lake Washington were either repaired or constructed in Kirkland.

Two developers named Farrat and Burke purchased the remainder of the land that was owned by the Kirkland Land and Development Company, which was the last vestige of Peter Kirk and Leigh Hunt in 1910. They understood that the benefits that Kirkland had to offer would provide them to every housewife and worker at a reasonable price. The fact that the community had already been platted, offered viable efficient transportation as well as industries that would be beneficial to their efforts. The craftsman style homes and new bungalows of the period reflected the arts and crafts movement throughout the country, concentrated primarily in what is currently known as the Norkirk neighborhood.

Kirkland was more than simply a mess of houses located on the rural eastside. This was a thriving community that had ferryboats that took residents to work and a solid community that people called home. It was the center next to the eastern shores of the lake with the primary ferry terminus located in the heart of the downtown of Kirkland.

Close to the ferry dock, businesses began opening in order to take advantage of the business that came from the continuously running ferry operations from what is currently known as Marina Park. The center of the community wasn't any longer the buildings that Peter Kirk had built to supplement his business, but those that catered to the residents and commuters alike.

In 1917, the ship canal opened, which opened Lake Washington to ocean-going vessels. Houghton's Lake Washington Shipyard was constructing warships for the United States Navy and over 25 were constructed during WW II on what is currently known as Carillon Point. In addition, numerous shipyard workers were commuting from Seattle by ferry. Also in 1917, while road modernization was taking place, the opening of the Lake Washington floating bridge meant the end of the usage of the lake ferries as the main mode of transportation; they officially stopped running a decade later.

These days, Kirkland has become a solid community following its lively past, The population of Kirkland is more than 45,000 residents and most notably the only community that has a downtown waterfront. From its roots in shipbuilding, wool, and steel milling, Kirkland has developed into a vibrant locale with an abundance of lakeshore events, eateries, shopping, parks, beaches, and trails that embody the vision that Peter Kirk once had for the little settlement that could rise next to the eastern shores of Lake Washington.

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