In 2013, I was encouraged to advertise computer services in my parents' community newsletter, The Cascadian. At the time, I was an assistant manager of a pizzeria, and while I didn't necessarily have to supplement it in some fashion, believed the opportunity might get me away from food and into something a little more meaningful. Seven years later, it's what I do for a living. Things like:
Being self-employed allows me to compete substantially with other firms. Without overhead, I charge competitively less than most retailers and shops, acquire components - some I have on-hand - more economically, and am better flexible to devote time to projects, sometimes afterhours, for faster turnaround. I gladly make house calls, resolve most issues within an hour, offer complimentary pickup and return, and remain transparent and informative throughout my work.
All labor I perform and components provided from my personal inventory is warrantied against defect for 30 days. Should an issue related to my initial visit resurface for whatever reason within that time, I will return, at no additional cost to you, to rework. Components acquired from third-parties warrantied by seller's policies at time of purchase. Note that while I do attempt to source new and unused parts from known retailers, the age of a system - especially one that is no longer manufactured - may warrant purchases elsewhere. All errors related to misdiagnosis or oversight will be rectified at my own personal expense.
If you believe I may be a good fit for your needs, drop me a line! I'm a Microsoft Certified Professional with residential and commercial accounts all throughout the Treasure Coast, and can be reached via phone, text, email, or social media between the hours of 10AM to 6PM, Monday through Saturday. References available upon request. If you would like a copy of my résumé and credentials, you can access them here.