If your MacBook has keys which are missing, damaged or the lettering is worn, the whole keyboard does not necessarily need replacing. If the key is still registering as being pressed when pressing the rubber spring or pad located underneath the key (or when pressing the key itself, if it is worn or damaged), this means the keyboard is working fine and you will just need the key and possibly mechanism replaced.
This is a lot cheaper than replacing the whole keyboard, since it is usually simple and quick to replace the key, compared to replacing the whole keyboard.
If you want us to replace the key(s) for you, please contact us for a quote by filling in the form below, and let us know which key(s) will need replacing. You can also ask to buy the keys you need from us, if you wanted to do this yourself