Though they boast the capabilities to doctor to ailing phones of any make or model, iSmart's number one specialty is fixing iPhones. The tech-savvy staff has successfully repaired more than 4,000 phones to date, remedying issues such as cracked screens, broken buttons, and lethargic batteries, and also maintains a selection of new and used phones for customers in need of a replacement. Beyond repairing nearly all issues commonly faced by the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, and 4S, the shop is also able to fix problems on Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the iPod, iPad, and the yet-to-be-released iPatch, and is often able to diagnose problems over the phone.
Computer Geeks cares for computers both in store and at home. Whether your system needs a sweep for viruses, a physical cleaning, or spyware removal, the experienced techs can accomplish the task. For Internet-connection problems, the team has the ear of both Mediacom and AT&T to help resolve issues.
The handymen at Handyman Matters have hammered, caulked, and crafted a sturdy reputation for honest, professional work, offering more than 1,162 types of home-repair and remodeling services. Every nook and cranny of the home, including mini-nooks and micro-crannies, can be varnished, tarnished, demolished, and renewed by this handy crew of professionals. Procrastinating amateurs can roll up their dog-eared to-do lists of household repairs and hurl them into the can-do arms of one of Handyman Matters’ accomplished craftspeople, who can tackle problems from dinged dry wall to flawed flooring. If the cat is getting concussions because his little crawl door is sticking, they'll fix it. They can even build a human-sized crawl door so cats and people can enter and exit the same way.
Mike, the Bellman behind Bellman Computer Repair, provides mobile tech support for private clients and small businesses. He conducts quick and efficient visits, undeterred by weather, kids, or pets. His guidelines for clients upon his house calls are pretty simple. "Relax, it's your house," he says on his website. "Remember to smile. I don't scare easy." Mike matches his affable manner with an impressive résumé of technical skills, including 20 years of repairing Apple products, and expert-level knowledge of Windows, and membership in seven warranty organizations who help back his work.
Since Winston’s Sewing Center began dispensing quilting and needlepoint supplies in 1939, there have been quite a few innovations in the craft. That’s especially true with sewing machines. The storefront has a sizeable collection of up-to-date models that have pinpoint accuracy and programmable embroidery. These modern devices sit amid the vast stock of traditional craft supplies, including yards of luxuriant fabrics for handcrafting projects. The center also serves as just a quiet, comfortable place to sew, whether you want to do that in as part of a class, in a sociable club, or within a yarn cocoon.