Whether you have a laptop, desktop, Mac or any type of PC we can help you with all your computer and technology needs. We are 'geeks' without the attitude!

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Mobile Computer Service
  • On-Site Computer Service
  • Remote Computer Service
  • Free Email Computer Help

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Member of ACRBO Assn.
  • A+ Certified Techs

Serviced Areas

  • Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Roswell, Milton, Cumming, Norcross, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Metro Atlanta

Payment Options

  • American Express, Discover, PayPal, Personal Checks, Debit Cards, MasterCard

Contact Details

  Person A Computer Wiz-Nerd
  City Alpharetta, GA
  Zip Code 30022
  Address 190 Colony Ridge Dr
  Phone Number (770) 674-4644

From Our Website

We are a local, family-owned, business that has been helping customers with their electronic, technology, and IT computer repair needs since 1996. You can feel confident with our "geek without out an attitude" computer repair service. We perform many different services for small businesses, professionals, and crazy-busy families. We offer professional on-site support and repair to get you up and running quickly, affordably and on-time.

Call us at 770-674-4644. We will schedule a time to be at your home or office. All work is done on-site to ensure that components are working properly in their natural environment. How does this help you? First, you don't have to unhook your computer and carry it somewhere. Second, you don't have to leave your computer for days or weeks - it is usually fixed that day. Third, you will approve that all equipment is working properly before the Wiz-Nerd leaves. What We Do. Technology is our passion.

Call us today and we will setup an appointment to come to you at a time that is convenient to you. We charge a flat hourly rate for any jobs or computers you need help with. Many times you save money by having multiple items or computers taken care of at the same time.

You know the feeling. You go to start your computer and it won't boot. Instead it tells you your hard drive is failing and to backup your data. Backup? What backup? Many people assume that is the end of their hard drive and their data. This is not always so and there is still a good chance of recovering your pictures, documents and music. Hard drive failures can be either software or hardware related. Once the former was usually the case, but now the later seems to be the majority issue. Either way, there are many solutions to recovering your data.