Computer Repair, Upgrades, & Custom Computer Builds in Fayetteville, TN
Hi my name is Kevin McClellan. I fix and build computers mainly for a hobby but also like to help others. If you are thinking about upgrading your computer or looking to buy a new one, or need any computer related help, I'm happy to see if there is something I can do to help you out. My prices are more than reasonable.
My service area is within Fayetteville & Lincoln County Tennessee. For the right job, I may be willing to travel outside of this area for a small fee.
NOTE: All pricing below only includes the service charge and does not include the cost of parts
Please get in touch with me to discuss your needs and I can give you a price quote which includes parts & service
This will depend heavily on what needs to be done, how long we may need to wait for parts, as well as the backlog of current service cases I have open with other customers. Please reach out and I'll be happy to give you an estimate based on what you need done.
Yes you can. I actually prefer that since it is your computer and you would want to have the purchase receipts and boxes for your parts anyways so you can register them with the manufacturers to get their warranty.
If I supply the parts they are considered part of the service that I offer and I only provide a 90 day warranty on parts.
I'm happy to consult with you regarding the parts to ensure that you order the correct ones.
I feel it would be a disservice to you if I supplied the parts because some manufacturers only provide warranty to the person who purchase the parts.
Yes and no. It really depends on what you have. I would not really consider anything older than 5 years as that would generally have to be recycled and I do not recycle computers.
If you have a Laptop or Desktop PC computer that is less than 5 years old, working or not, I would be happy to take those off your hands and give some service credit for them.
For non working units I'll give $50 service credit if I feel the system can be repaired.
For working units I'll give you between $75 and $250 service credit depending on the specs and type of computer.
For 100% working computer screens (with power cord) I'll give at least $25 credit (must be flat screen and not the old bulky monitors).
I do not take any printers, scanners, or other external devices.
If you have anything such as computer memory, video cards, or other parts that are in working order I will be happy to consider those as well, but the amount of credit depends on condition.
Basically anything desktop or laptop that is fixable or in working condition I'll consider. Just let me know and I'll make an offer. I can offer cash in some cases.
I'm currently only able to accept cash, PayPal, or online card transactions at the moment, however I'm happy to work with you on alternative forms of payment or perhaps a trade if you have anything I may need.
Regarding trades, I'm always looking for old desktop or laptop computers to restore and resell so if you have any of those I would be happy to consider providing service credit or cash for you that you can use anytime you want.
Even if your old computer doesn't work or has broken parts, please ask me about it and I would really be more than glad to consider it.
We are happy to work with you on this but generally we require minimum of $50 service fee to begin working on your computer. The fee will be applied to the total invoice. If parts are needed it would be necessary to pay for those as well. You an either buy the parts or you can pay us and we'll get the parts you need.
I do not provide services for any of those devices currently, however I may still be able to help you. Just ask! 🙂
I'm always willing to help in any way I can with any technology you might have.
Do you currently use a computer that still has Windows 7? If so, you are at a high risk of having your computer's operating system compromised and your personal/private information potentially being stolen.
Windows 7 is no longer getting updates from Microsoft, and as such, really leaves you in a bad position, at least until you upgrade to Windows 10.
The upgrade itself, from Microsoft, is actually free (until they end it).
We all know how Windows updates and upgrades can go, so if you want a professional to handle the upgrade for you, please get in touch and I'll be more than glad to help you.
My service includes full backup of your data, as well as full system diagnostic prior to the upgrade.
Depending on the device, the upgrade could take just a short time or it could be an all day event (older systems take much longer usually).
Upgrade to Windows 10 Starts at $99