Welcome to The Gadget Inspector's online headquarters. My name is Jon Seel, I own and operate this business from my home office. I've been working in the computer field for over a decade now and I am ready to solve your technology problems! I offer both an off-site service that includes free pickup, and an in-home service. I would be happy to help you with any problem you may have. I can repair, service, or upgrade any major brand of PC, or even a custom built PC. I also offer a custom build service that creates a PC tailor fit to your needs.
The Gadget Inspector can give you something the geeks can't, affordable service. Our flat rate services are a fraction of the price of what the big box stores will charge you, and we can give you a far better experience. I base most of my advertising on word-of-mouth, so it is in both of our interests that you come away with a service that you are not only happy with, but are willing to tell others about.
Most repairs can be done in 1-3 days. We offer free pick-up and delivery of your equipment, for your convenience; not only will it save you some gas money, but you won't have to worry about digging out all those wires in the back. We also offer in-home servicing for a small fee. However, we do not charge any travel fees.
Still don't believe we aim to please? Just look at this price comparison!
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Tip of the Week: 10/9
Compressed air cans have multiple uses for cleaning hardware, consider keeping one around.
Posted Oct 12, 2011, 4:12 PM by Jonathan Seel
Tip of the week: 10/2
First week of the month, why not backup your data? Regularly backing up data will prevent losing important files, pictures, music, etc.
Posted Oct 2, 2011, 9:33 PM by Jonathan Seel
Coming Soon: Home Theater Solutions
From HDTVs, to speaker setups, and even Home Theater PCs, We aim to do it all to make your living room into a cave of wondrous electronic entertainment. The Gadget ...
Posted Sep 28, 2011, 5:40 PM by Jonathan Seel
Tip of the week 9/25
When all else fails, try turning it off and on again. Seriously, sometimes simply restarting a computer can clear a problem.
Posted Sep 26, 2011, 3:13 PM by Gadget Inspector
Tip of the week 9/18
Have you defragged your hard drive lately? You should be defragging your hard drive regularly. At least once every few months to keep it running fast and smooth.Helpful links ...
Posted Sep 18, 2011, 1:27 PM by Jonathan Seel
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