Computer repair

Pickup and delivery available!

We offer a variety of computer repair services including malware removal, hardware replacement, and performance tune-ups

Along with providing our services on-site, PC Mechanic can also pickup your machine and return it after it's repaired.

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We'll diagnose

and repair any problem

We will evaluate your technology problems and create a customized solution

PC Mechanic can diagnose hardware and software issues on various devices including laptops, desktop, and tablets

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Successful

solution for any situation is guaranteed

You expect your problem to be solved after receiving service and so do we.

We won't stop until your technology issues have been resolved. Contact us today to ask about our service guarantee.

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Home Computer

Services
Is your computer not running the way it used to? Here are just some of the problems PC Mechanic can repair:

Business

IT Solutions
Contact us today and join the growing number of business clients that rely on us for their IT needs.

Networking

Get Connected
Whether your a home user or a small business, we can find a solution to fulfill your networking needs.

Internet

Get Protected
The internet is a dangerous place for your computer. It's important to make sure that you keep it protected.

At PC Mechanic we are dedicated to professionalism, quality work, and competitive pricing. Here are just some of the services we offer:

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