Founded in late 2006, JLM Network Services is a family-run business, headed by James McNicol. With a total of 18 years' experience of PC and network systems, the company has extensive knowledge of support issues involving Information Technology.

In particular, the company has looked into the issues surrounding PC upgrades, especially where the hard disk is concerned. They can now offer a service to completely upgrade a computer using the existing operating system and software without the need for reinstallation, essentially creating a brand new computer for less cost and less hassle than buying a new computer.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Complete System Upgrade - cheaper than a new PC and no need to copy personal files
  • Long opening hours - 9am to 10pm Mon - Fri

Serviced Areas

  • Maidstone, Medway and the Weald

Payment Options

  • Cash, Cheque, Invoice

Contact Details

  City Maidstone
  Postcode ME15 7AR
  Address 31 Plains Avenue
  Phone Number 016 2266 3435

Products & Services

PC Health Check

This healthcheck ensures that your PC is running OK. It looks for anything that might be causing your system to run slowly or to crash such as low disk space, problems in the Windows Registry or virus/spyware infection.

Full PC Service

This naturally follows on from the PC Health Check. The machine is cleaned of any junk files, Windows Registry problems, virii and spyware. The hard disk is defragmented. Virus protection is checked and if necessary, upgraded.

Data Recovery

This procedure attempts to recover files that have been lost through accidental deletion or hard disk failure. In the event files are deleted accidentally it is imperative that no further work is carried out on the PC, to minimise the risk of permanent loss of the files.

Full System Upgrade

This is our flagship procedure. It is now possible for us to replace the mainboard, cpu, RAM and hard disk more cost effectively than supplying a brand new PC. It is no longer necessary to spend time reinstalling the Operating System and copying personal files. This procedure takes an exact copy of the original hard disk and places it on the new larger disk. The user has all their original settings that they are used to but a much faster computer.