Surrey Hills PC provides computer repair and support services in the Surrey Hills Area. Based in Peaslake, services are provided to homes and businesses based in the Surrey Hills villages between Guildford and Dorking.
Services include computer, laptop, PC and Mac repair, virus removal, website design and broadband and network maintenance.
Websites are built using a CMS (Content Management System) enabling maintenance of the website to be handed over to you, the website owner - ie no long term maintenance contracts.
Likewise, business support is provided on a time and materials basis, so again, no long term maintenance contracts.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- No call out or travel charge
- No fix no fee
- I come to you
- Guildford, Dorking, Abinger, Albury, Coldharbour, Cranleigh, Dorking, Ewhurst, Gomshall, Holmbury
|Address||Ewhurst Rd, Peaslake|
|Phone Number||013 0640 0121|
Products & Services
Small Business IT Services
Pro-active systems monitoring
Regular health checks
Computer repair (Laptop, PC, Mac and Server)
Windows Small Business Server maintenance
User account management
Email / Exchange maintenance
Backup (on site and cloud)
Broadband and network management
Advice on moving to the Cloud
- I would recommend this business
Fantastic work on an ageing laptop! David collected and delivered back and come up with the perfect solution to save us having to buy a new laptop.
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Surrey Hills PC was instrumental in helping launch our firm in 2013 and has been exemplary since in maintaining our systems. We are now a global operation and David Morton has demonstrated his value add across our platform especially with our US suppliers. David is trustworthy, efficient and extremely responsive to our needs. He is pro-active and understands the demands of a small (and growing) business conducting himself in an extremely professional manner; this is clearly reflected in his experience working for blue-chip organisations and leading financial institutions. I am delighted to recommend Surrey Hills PC.
Broken iPad screens, crashed disks, unable to boot - don't go to a main dealer, call David at Surrey Hills PC. Fantastic service, plenty of really helpful, unbiased advice and a price which is a fraction of what the big guys will charge you.
David has replaced screens on iPads and a MacBook for me and has diagnosed a major problem with my iMac. After a lengthy discussion, in which David outlined all the pros and cons of repair vs replacement, I decided on a replacement iMac. David provided great advice on the options offered by Apple and came round to help set it up using the recovered disk from the failed iMac.
This is what service should be like everywhere, but unfortunately you find it in only a few places. This is one. Surrey Hills PC is a real gem.
From Our Website
I have worked in IT for over 20 years, most of that in the city for demanding investment banks for whom 100% reliability and performance are of the utmost importance, together with strong interpersonal skills. I charge £50 per hour and do not charge for travel if local. And I am keen to only ever charge a fair rate for the job in hand; I will only charge what we agree to be reasonable, and I won't charge for my own learning/investigation time. Also, I won't charge for my time if I have been unable to resolve your problem (no fix, no fee).
If your computer is running slow, or if the disk is full, then it can be easily upgraded with new components. Sometimes just a good cleanup (literally) or removal of redundant software can also improve performance. Or perhaps you would like to upgrade your optical disk drive to the latest technology. If you have an old computer and don't know how to dispose of it, then Surrey Hills PC can assist. I will wipe of destroy your old hard drive (so that your personal data does not fall into the wrong hands), re-use components where possible, and safely dispose of any remaining hardware for further recycling.
If your PC is being very very slow, or exhibiting odd behaviour (such as taking you to spurious web pages), then it could be that a virus has got around your anti-virus protection. Once in, they can be notoriously difficult to remove. Sometimes a realisitic looking anti-virus program installs itself on your PC and falsely announces a number of worrying infections, typically followed by a request for payment (normally in US Dollars) for their removal. Whatever you do, do not part with your credit card information.