The certified service technicians at GlytchBusters live up to their business’s name and eliminate the headaches caused by broken computers and phones through their expert maintenance and repair services. The crew—whose members know their way around PCs and Macs, laptops and desktops, and all kinds of tablets, printers, and smartphones—handles a range of in-store projects, from simple tasks such as setting up or troubleshooting email to full-blown virus removals and screen repairs. Customers with minor issues can also get help remotely with nothing more than an Internet connection and a question other than "Does anybody else remember zip drives?"
In 1966, Jack Baillio opened his first electronics store, a TV-repair shop. More than 40 years later, he is still CEO of the company, but it has expanded to become a statewide institution. His stores' locations offer a vast range of services for appliances of all types. From repairing cell phones, computers, refrigerators, and televisions to supplying furniture, such as TV stands and sofas, Baillio's technicians can help with many appliance-related problems. The stores carry big-name brands such as LG, Samsung, and Frigidaire, and the techs operate on mobile technology, such as toaster ovens on wheels and smartphones, for which they can replace screens.