Computer Repair – Seattle, WA
Geeks on Site is a premium computer repair and tech support company. We're a dedicated team who specializes in providing quality during onsite and online computer repair and support services. Due to our focus on helping out customers at any time, we make sure that we can assist people whether they're homes or places of businesses. While some offer the same kind of service only on a local level, we help out others on a national level. That means we are able to cover areas in places like the Pacific Northwest like Seattle, WA.
We are one of the fastest growing companies in the computer repair industry. We are also one of the starting founders of the online remote computer repair industry. Since 2002, we've been one of the first companies to provide remote software and technical support. We can remove viruses, tune up your computer to make it faster and safer. Our remote services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you ever have a computer emergency, you know who to call, Geeks on Site!
Our 24/7 support services include:
Call now 206-219-5357.
Here's what some of our most recent customers are saying about us:
IT SERVICE CALL - by Local Seattle Customer
"Your people are always friendly and anxious to help, and I am impressed with the work you do."
PC REPAIR SERVICE CALL - by Seattle Resident
"Always courteous and always my computer comes out better than it started."
IT SERVICE CALL - by Seattle Client
"I had a major problem with my last laptop and GOS worked throughout the entire night until the next morning trying to fix my problem. I would recommend GOS to anyone in need of computer assistance, I can't say ANYTHING bad about GOS. They have been a blessing to me!"
PC REPAIR SERVICE CALL - by Local Seattle, WA Customer
"They get the job done in a timely manner and are very nice and professional people."
TECH SUPPORT CALL/VIRUS REMOVAL - by Resident of Seattle, WA
"The technician was professional in every way. He explained the problem that needed to be fixed and how I can repair the computer myself should I have this kind of virus again."