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Computer not turning on,
Cracked or damaged screen,
Slow computer performance,
Virus or malware,
System error or blue screen,
Clicking or grinding noise from hard drive,
Troubleshooting needed to determine issue
My computer would not come on after a power outage. I contacted Jeremy. He came the same day, diagnosed the problem, called several places to find the part needed to repair my computer. When he said that we would have to order it from the manufacturer because of the age of the computer, and because I was on a deadline to complete a project, I decided to replace my old desktop with a laptop. Jeremy went with me, and advised me on the best choice for my needs. He transferred all my data into the laptop. He was thorough, made sure everything was running well, set up my printer to my wi-fi. His fee was $50. He will be my tech person from now on.Oct 28, 2016Verified
Very good able to fix my computer while 3 other people have not been able to doAug 4, 2019Verified
Both my wife's computer and mine were really messed up! Jeremy jumped right in to get them up and running again. He was here for almost four hours but adhered to his original estimate. We were very impressed and will definitely call him again!Apr 6, 2017Verified
Our office is so lucky and grateful to have White Water Tek working on all of our computer needs!Aug 3, 2017Verified
Printer and Copier Repair
I was very pleased with Justin. He was very professional and fixed my problem in no time. He also updated my computer while he was there. His prices are very reasonable. I will definitely use him again for my computer printer needsOct 2, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Most of my jobs quotes are built around a $75/Hr base for on-site visits or $50/Hr for offsite repairs and remote services. I do not upcharge for parts, the cost that I charge is exactly what I paid.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have an associate degree in Computer Networking Systems, a CompTIA A+ certificate, and eight years of hands-on experience.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I was fifteen, I started tinkering with some old computers, from around the house, hoping to save some money by avoiding computer repair shops. The results were less than promising, but after several years I had learned quite a bit. I started working for a retail store, as their in house technician and I spent three years in that role, before moving to a financial group, at their help desk. In 2011 I graduated with an A.A.S degree in Computer Networking Systems. I am also CompTIA A+ certified.