946 W. Sunset Blvd. Suite L
St. George, UT 84770
Do you sell computers?
Yes. We sell both new and used computers. PC and Apple. Desktops and Laptops. All of our custom PCs come with a standard 3 year warranty. All of our Apple computers come with a 2 year warranty, 1 year from Apple, and 1 extended year included from us, at no additional cost to you.
Do you work on Apple Computers?
Yes. We have a staff of Certified Macintosh Technicians. Other places in town may have be Apple Authorized, but we have found that the technicians employed are generally not certified. One thing that the public needs to know about Apple service centers is: if it isn't the "Apple Store," it is a 3rd party store.
Do you work on tablets and/or cell phones?
Yes. We support the repairs of many devices. We recommend calling us first to see if we can fix your device before coming to our shop.
How long will it take to get my computer diagnosed and repaired.
We strive to be the FASTEST repair shop in town. We can usually have a computer diagnosed and repaired within 24 hours of check-in.
Is it worth repairing your computer, or should you just replace it?
One of the most frequently asked questions after presenting a customer with a computer diagnosis and estimate at our computer repair shop is “Is it worth it? Or should I just buy a new one?” With the increase in computer sales over the past few years the retail price has dropped dramatically (yes even Apple computers have dropped in price), to the point you may frequently ask yourself whether or not you should bother repairing the machine when it has issues. We will give honest recommendations and give you all of your options so that you can decide.
Do you work on business computers, or just personal computers?
We service both individuals and businesses.
Someone just called from Microsoft and told me that I have viruses and that if I didn't let them fix it I would have to pay legal fees / disrupt my Operating System / etc.
This is a known scam. We recommend letting them know that you will have it checked out locally, and that you are reporting the call to the FBI. We do recommend reporting the phone call to the FBI by either contacting your local office, or online at FBI.gov.