About HARS

Founded in 2002, the Hearing Aid Repair Shop (HARS) offers a fast and efficient repairs service of all makes and models of hearing aids.

HARS is a joint venture company which is owned by Mary Hare School and a large multi-national hearing aid company. 50% of HARS’ profits go to the school, so by having your hearing aid repaired with us you’re actively supporting the education of hundreds of deaf children and young people.

What we do

Our highly trained technicians have many years of experience in repairing all brands of hearing aids including:

  • Widex
  • Phonak
  • Starkey
  • Oticon
  • Unitron
  • Siemens

So there’s no need to worry if your hearing aid is out of warranty with the manufacturer – we can help.

We offer a very clear pricing structure with no hidden extras. So if a repair is going to cost more than our standard charge we won't go ahead until you’ve given us the OK. Our standard repair comes with a 6 month warranty against component failure, excluding amplifiers and RIC units, to give you complete peace of mind. You can also send us your hearing aid for a free, no obligation quote. And if you decide not to go ahead with the repair, we’ll return it to you at no extra cost.

We understand how important it is for you to receive your hearing aid back quickly and working to its full potential. We use original parts, unless they’re discontinued due to the age of the hearing aid, and the turnaround time for most repairs is 2 - 3 working days.

As well as repairs we offer clean and check service. We also supply batteries, wax guards and accessories including; drying box kits, replacement drying pellets and hearing aid cleaning kits.

So if your hearing aid isn’t working don’t replace it – repair it.

Download our service guide

HARS service leaflet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch us on BBC South Today 

In March 2017 we were featured in a report on BBC South Today alongside fellow Mary Hare businesses, Arlington Laboratories and Arlington Arts Centre. To see our technicians in action watch now.

BBC South Today