We provide on-site computer support to homes and small businesses in the Solihull and surrounding areas.

Our PC engineers are highly experienced, fully qualified and insured and we strive to provide a first class service.

We come to you, so there is no need to unplug the wires from the computer!

We can help with the following issues:

* Internet and wireless set up
* Setting up a new PC
* Virus and Spyware removal
* Set up and cure email problems
* Rectify printing issues
* Computer fails to start at all
* Error messages in Windows
* Upgrades and much, much more!

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Microsoft qualified PC Engineers
  • A+ Hardware qualified PC Engineers

Serviced Areas

  • Solihull & South Birmingham, Dorridge, Knowle, Hampton-in-Arden and surrounding areas

Payment Options

  • Cash, Debit Cards, Company Cheques

Contact Details

  City Solihull
  Postcode B37 7UQ
  Address Concorde House, Trinity Park
  Phone Number 012 1705 0010

Customer Testimonials

'Thank you to PC PAL for providing me with a great service. I had trouble with setting up my computers at work and you got everything running smoothly when I was in difficulty. I have found all your staff to be extremely friendly and knowledgeable and they have always fixed my PC problems quickly, however big or small. I would not hesitate to call you again when needed and I will recommend you to all my friends.'

'Computers are the lifeblood of any business and if they aren't working it makes business life very difficult. So have someone you can call who can fix the problems quickly and efficiently is essential. PC PAL have always arrived on time, solved the problem and been customer-friendly. They are also very affordable for both small businesses and home users alike. I have no hesitation in recommending them to any business or home user.'

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