Featured Business Review: PC Tech Services – PC Repair and Troubleshooting at Affordable Prices
Last updated on September 8th, 2017 at 07:27 pm
At this day and age when just about everything is wired, a conked-out computer can stymie many operations whether it’s for work or for leisure. The moment a PC stops running, things grind to a halt and so many tasks are left undone.
In order to combat this problem, the company PC Tech Services of Orlando, Florida offers its repair services to those afflicted with malfunctioning computers.
A young but steadily-growing company, PC Tech Services opened its doors a year ago providing free software and hardware diagnostics to clientele saying “We’ll find the problem and you don’t have to pay if we don’t fix it“.
Now it may sound like a lot of panache coming from a fledgling company but PC Tech Services has a true passion for extending excellent specialized services ranging from web design, a learning center containing tips on maximizing your PC, to PC troubleshooting and repair for reasonable prices.
PC Tech Services is dedicated to giving its clientele high-quality assistance at the repair facility in North Semoran Blvd. in Florida, or by having technicians visit the PC’s normal environment (at the home or business where it is located). In the interest of looking out for the customers’ convenience, it is also possible to ask for remote support as long as the computer can still run and has internet access.
PC Tech Services is all about reliable technical expertise, superior customer service and a good warranty scheme which gives the company an edge over their competitors. These qualities definitely keep their customers coming back.
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