18 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Photos and Videos
Computer not turning on,
Cracked or damaged screen,
Slow computer performance,
Suspected virus or malware,
System error or blue screen,
Clicking or grinding noise from hard drive,
Need a diagnosis to determine issue
PC or Mac
EXCELLENT SERVICE and PRICES! The flat rate REALLY is a flat rate! They only charged $50 plus parts- for 3 hours of work! My computer would come on - but not boot up. I tried starting from a Safe mode, tried to boot from my Windows CD- but nothing worked. Travis knew exactly what to do and discussed various components he would check, and possible causes. He later called to tell me what he had found wrong and a cost for the total job. I was surprised at how reasonable his prices are. My computer is back and running PERFECT! I highly recommend Excessive Computing services. Call them today :)Jan 20, 2011
does good work and is reasonable. have not found anyrthing that he cant handle. would reccomend him to anyone.Jan 6, 2011
Excessive Computing has helped me tremendously! They manage my website, put my computer back together after I drive it into the ground. They keep me updated with the newest anti-virus applications - these guys are lifesavers. I couldn't operate without them.Jan 6, 2011
An artist with circuit boards! Able to replace components on the circuit board instead of trashing the whole board. This saves money. Custom builds, sets up and networks my office computers. I'm very pleased.Jan 5, 2011
Great help! Got us back up and running!!!Mar 15, 2011
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our rates aren't complicated. We charge $50 Flat Rate for all residential PC services, whether on-site or in-office. For all commercial work, programming, and electronics design or repair work, we charge $50 per hour.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I'm not currently doing any formal continuing education, but I strive to continue educating myself daily. I read every technical article I have time to, and keep abreast of new technology. Reading the technology sections of Digg, Slashdot, engadget, and more, plus the blogs at sysinternals are great ways to keep up with new tech and enhanced troubleshooting techniques.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?It was really just a natural progression. I was intrigued by electronics and computers from a very early age, and the more I worked with them, the more I enjoyed them. So naturally I got into repairing computers. From there I got a Bachelors in Electronics Engineering, which significantly increased my computer skill set to include programming, communications protocols, and much more. Now I can design custom electronics, write applications, design websites, and fix computers and servers; this is a much broader skill set than your usual computer tech has, which helps me solve client issues and meet their technical needs far better than if I was just a PC Technician.