Data Recovery Pricing
We offer a data recovery service that aims to recover as much data as possible for a competitive price without cutting corners. We price each job on its own as we find this the fairest way to do things. Once we have received your drive or device, we will assess it and contact you with a diagnosis and price and you can then choose to continue or not. We offer a no data-no fee policy so you won’t have to pay for our attempt if it is unsuccessful.
We have a diagnostic & assessment fee of £35 Inc VAT on each device/drive, this also covers return postage if the device has been sent into us. We charge this fee to cover some of the time spent properly assessing the drive. If you go ahead with the recovery and it is successful then this fee is discounted from the final charge.
As a rough guide, most data recoveries are in the £89 – £349 Inc VAT Range. If we can’t recover your data there’s no charge! We advise all our customers to contact us first before going any further. All prices below include VAT.
Our standard turn-around time is between 3-10 days. If you are in a hurry then please let us know and we will do our very best to expedite your recovery job.
Device Data Recovery
We can recover data from most devices. If the drives aren’t damaged and the data isn’t corrupt but the device simply no longer works then we can usually still get to your data. Whether its a non functional PC, Mac or NAS device, contact us and see what we can offer.
Logical Data Recovery (Mechanical Hard Drives)
If a device isn’t physically damaged but the data has become corrupt then in most cases your files will be recoverable. As long as the data hasn’t been overwritten then it’s probably still on the device, even if you can’t see it.
Physical Data Recovery (Mechanical Hard Drives)
If your hard drive has become physically damaged, either due to being dropped or just due to wear and tear, then 90% of cases the data is still recoverable. These are often complex cases requiring specific donor parts and specialist hardware. Applies to internal and external mechanical hard drives.
Flash Storage Data Recovery
Whether its a USB Thumb Drive, Internal or External Solid State Device or a SD card from your camera data is often recoverable. These can be the most complex cases if there is a physical failure due to the shear number of different models and revisions of hardware. Depending on the extend of damage, data can often be recovered by removing the memory chips from the device and reading them externally, a process called chip off data recovery.