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2021 National Lockdown: We’re still open!!!

The past year has been incredibly difficult for all of us, not just in the UK but around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has really consumed our way of life and has taken the little things we love away from us (for now).

We are a Computer Repair Service so therefore we are classed as an essential repair service, whether we’re in Tiers 1-4 or in a National Lockdown, we will still be open for in office and on-site visits.

We are COVID-19 compliant

Our workshop follows strict social distancing guidelines to ensure the safety of our IT consultants and customers, our work tops are regularly washed and sanitised and hand sanitisers are also regularly used. Upon leaving the workshop, customers will be offered hand sanitiser to ensure safety.

We still do on-site (home) visits for collections, drop-offs and computer system repairs. Our IT consultants will wear Personal Protective Equipment to make sure that everyone is safe and for peace of mind.

This lockdown isn’t going away soon, but neither are we!

We can all agree with a heavy heart that this new national lockdown will not be going away anytime soon, it is expected to last at least 7 weeks (until after February half-term), and statistics show that the new strain of COVID-19 is 50%-70% more contagious.

But don’t let that stop you from getting in contact with friends and loved ones. If you’re having issues with your laptop, desktop, Apple Mac or any other issues, then we are here to help, Computers, it’s in our name, it’s what we do.

What does lockdown mean for our services?

In short, nothing. We will continue as normal and provide our services in a safe, COVID-19 compliant manner.

Having computer, Apple Mac or any other issues?

If you’re having a computer issue, Apple Mac issue or an issue with any other device you may own, then contact us as soon as possible using our phone number 01329 535 001, our email [email protected], or the Contact form on our website.

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