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Home IT Support

IT (Information Technology) problems in the home can be enough to drive you, and the kids, crazy! Our aim is to provide you with the most cost effective and efficient IT Support to you and your family in your home with the minimum of intrusion. We offer free and friendly honest IT advice; we think that this makes us different here at The Computer Centre.

If you have a home office, we can provide you with fully tailored IT services and support package leaving you free to enjoy your home life and just get on with living stress free!

We simply aim to provide you with the highest standards of customer focused IT Support, in your home, at the most affordable prices. We do this at a time that suits you, so that you can get on with your family life in peace and quiet!

If you need more advanced IT help, perhaps because you are running a business form home,  then we have both online and home (onsite) support packages that will enable you to cover any potential requirement or issue. If you want a more informal IT support arrangement, then we can happily provide you with a simple  ‘pay as you go’ IT support services. In this way, you only pay when you need us most, when you have a problem or new need!

IT Support for Home

Why choose The Computer Centre?

As a reputable IT Support services business based in Essex, we pride ourselves on both our customer focus and friendly approach to all your business IT Support requirements, whatever they may be. We will deliver on time, on budget and on spec always.

  • We have decades of experience in the IT Support Industry
  • Friendly, honest and personal service
  • Pay as you Go only IT support
  • Tailored IT Support Packages, just ask if you need them
  • We provide both remote and onsite IT Support solutions where needed
  • Do you need a helpdesk for a home office? Just ask!
  • We focus on customer service, from start to finish
  • No Acronyms – Jargon free wherever possible, plain English!
  • We will take the stress out of your home IT issues


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