What We Offer

We offer computer repair support in a variety of ways

Onsite Support

PC too heavy to bring in? We can help you in your home or office. Whether it's replacing your old machine, getting data transferred, or setting up your wireless network, we are here to help

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Remote Support

Sometimes it is just easier to have your machine worked on without someone in your home. If  you have a working internet connection we can help you remotely using the latest technology

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Monitoring Packages

Have a family member who needs a lot of help? Want to make sure your kids are not involved in cyber-bullying? We offer support packages to suit your family's needs

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Scheduling with PC Handyman is a click away. Whether you need onsite assistance grab a slot in our calendar today

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We are ready to serve  you in your home or office. Please keep in mind we are by appointment only. If you are looking for our help, please call, email, text, or fill out the contact form


2000 Lee Road Suite 119, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118


(+1) 216 236 8743



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