Established in 1991, CBN have been working on Macs almost as long as Macs have been around. We now offer a range of services to business and home users - from simple troubleshooting, repairs and support right up to server installation, networking, broadband and office migration. Other services include software and hardware upgrades, DVD authoring, data recovery and backup solutions and software development. In short - if it has anything to do with a Mac then call us! We offer a seven day service with a 1 hour response time available for emergency callouts in Central London, and also weekend turnarounds for urgent repairs.

Serviced Areas

  • London within M25

Contact Details

  City Notting Hill
  Postcode W2 5AJ
  Address 34 Hereford Road
  Phone Number 020 7561 3525

Products & Services

System Installations & Upgrades

CBN offer a full installation service on all types of Apple hardware, from a new printer to a fully configured OS X Server with Snow Leopard and terabytes of high speed storage. Whatever your requirements, simple or ultra-complex, we have a quick and competitively-priced solution.

Whether it's your desktop, laptop or server we can install extra RAM memory, upgrade hard drive sizes and speeds, update to the latest operating system / version (including any upgrades or patches) and achieve the best possible configuration - to keep the equipment in peak condition and at best performance. We also transfer data and applications to new equipment and also undertake PC to Mac migration.


In our experience the majority of hardware issues we are asked to look at are, in fact, software issues.

Apple themselves recommend that a complete system re-install is done every six months to keep desktops or laptops in the best working order.

How long has it been since an expert took a look at your Mac?
Don't leave it until something goes wrong. Typical problems we get regular calls on:

glitches / odd behaviour / the computer not working the way it did before;
can't connect to the printer;
the backup drive can't be located;
the dreaded 'Flashing Floppy' icon or 'system not loading';
these can usually be prevented by proper preventative maintenance on a semi-regular basis.