Kiveton PC Repairs are proud to be a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher.

What does this mean?
It means, where possible, we can rebuild your computer using newer and faster components, giving you a practically new computer for a fraction of the cost.

Can you donate?
If you are sure your computer is surplus to your current requirements we would be pleased to accept donations of computers and laptops to be refurbished. We then supply these to charitable organisations, schools and the general public who have limited funds.

We securely delete all of your personal data and refurbish the computer – avoiding another wasted PC ending up in landfill. By contributing to this programme, you can be reassured that your photo’s, documents and sensitive data is properly erased.

We believe that everyone should have access to a PC or laptop. We refurbish old computers and laptops, install genuine Microsoft software, and provide high-quality products to businesses, educational institutions, individuals, and other eligible people at a price they can afford.

About the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher Program:
The Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program enables refurbishers to supply PCs preinstalled with genuine Microsoft software to businesses, schools, nonprofits, government programs, and other eligible customers. Refurbishers that are part of this program are required to comply with a set of responsible practices, including erasing data properly and adhering to established environmental regulations.

Today, there are more than 1,500 Microsoft Registered Refurbishers in over 60 countries.

Contact us to learn more about purchasing refurbished PCs or donating your old computers.