Joe The Computer Guy|New Business

  • Wednesday, March 28, 2018 11:43am
  • Business

Daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Joe McClimon, owner of Joe The Computer Guy LLC, is a licensed, insured, veteran-owned business providing in home PC repair and general electronics support to those in south King County — including Maple Valley, Covington, Black Diamond, Auburn and Kent.

All repairs are warrantied for 30 days and estimates are free.

“With all the new WiFi devices, I have found it better to provide service in your home and to do it at no extra charge,” McClimon said.

He has been doing PC and related repair for 12 years now but just recently moved to Kent.

To contact him visit his website at www.JoeMyComputerGuy.com, email him at joe@JoeMyComputerGuy.com or call 360-826-2649.

Weekends and evenings are also available by appointment only.

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