Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Virus Removal and PC Tune up
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Triple Check Techs is a trio of trained and certified technicians who have more than 20 years of experience in IT and computer repair. They'll gladly arrive onsite to fix, pick up, or drop off ailing machines—both Windows computers and Macs—that may be crashing, slow, or overrun with viruses. After performing appropriate diagnostics, they can the recommend a course of action, such as part replacement, system reinstallation, or defenestration. In addition to virus removal, computer security, and new system setup, they offer a slate of network services, setting up wireless or hard-wired networks. The team can also head off technological headaches by installing software and hardware and recovering and backing up data.
At Freeze Master, father-son team Juan Flores and Juan Flores, Jr. keep the interior airspace of homes and businesses clean and comfortable, providing HVAC repair and installation services from a team of certified professionals. Technicians engage in regular factory training to hone their skills and gain insight on new technologies, helping them refill freon reserves, repair electrical connections, inspect for leaks, and ensure the safety and quality of compressors and condensers.
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For 20 years, the experts at Computer Solutions have been servicing and speeding up the motherboards of devices from Dell, Gateway, Sony, and Toshiba. Well-versed in the minutiae of Windows operating systems, technicians provide proactive 24/7 monitoring, data backup, system tune-ups, and data-recovery solutions. The all-purpose tech company offers free pickup and drop-off within 10 miles of its Chicago and Skokie locations, but levies substantial charges for computers that arrive strapped to the leg of a carrier pigeon.