My home office is located in South Yarmouth. Perry's Computer Services is a mobile-based computer repair company. Most of my day is spent at my client’s location so, I’m usually not at my home office to receive drop-offs. However, I can arrange for a pick-up time where I will come to the client's location, bring the computer to my home office and then schedule a drop-off time which is convenient for the client.
Yes, I offer on-site computer repair services to residents and small business owners of Cape Cod.
As of August 2001.
Yes, I have been CompTIA A+ Certified since 2006.
I’ve used both methods. Usually, I charge by the hour. However, for certain lengthy or complex issues which require extensive hours, I will usually quote a maximum flat rate.
Currently, the only form of payment I accept is a local check or cash.
No, I do not accept credit cards at the current time.
It really depends on the severity of the infection. Some infections I have been able to remove within in as little as an hour while more extensive virus infections have taken up to 3 hours or more.
Usually, I can resolve the issue within the same day. For more complex issues I may need to take the computer back to my home office for 24 to 48 hours. I try to return computers as quickly as possible.
No, I don’t, but may have some suggestions as to whom you may be able to ask.
I will install small hardware upgrades or replacement parts such as Memory Modules, Hard Drives, DVD-ROM Drives, Desktop Power Supplies, and Desktop Video Cards.
I do not handle this type of repair, but may know of someone who may be able to help you.
No, I do not sell or stock any sort of component. I can order smaller items such as RAM, Hard Drives, Desktop Power Supplies, Wireless Routers, etc., but in general, I do not have replacement parts on hand.
As long as I’m able to access the hard drive and if it’s still operational, then yes there is a pretty good chance that I can retrieve the data.
While I do not "sell" computers, I have built custom computers for clients based on their personal needs.
I can help advise clients which hardware components may be best for them, and I can build the computer for them, but it is with the understanding that I am not actually selling a computer to the client. All parts must be ordered and paid for by the client beforehand, and I am not liable for any hardware issues that may need addressing through warranty claims. I recommend clients order parts through Newegg or Amazon, but it is essentially up to the client where they choose to order the parts.
Yes, to a certain extent I do. I have been able to provide support for basic and moderate Mac issues.
No, not at the current time.
I do not sell used computers. However, I suggest looking at off-lease computers at TigerDirect. These are not computers intended for gaming, but were used primarily in business offices and should be considered for basic usage such as surfing the Internet and checking e-mail.
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