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St. Augustine Computer Repair


Service Pros USA

Saint Augustine Computer Reapir

Office Hours: 9AM TO 5PM Monday-Friday

Service Pros USA Computer Service and Business Solutions. 
1711 Dobbs Road Suite-A Saint Augustine, FL 32084

PHONE: 904-471-9100

Welcome to Service Pros USA computer service and repair. We have been providing technology solutions to home and business clients since 2000. Our company provides dependable support, management and IT consulting at competitive rates. We also offer a full spectrum of services including, T-shirts, Hat's, Printed materials and graphic Services to suit your company’s needs. Contact us now and let Service Pros USA prove that there is a better solution.

Technology Services

-Computer and laptop repair
-Windows / Apple /  Linux
-Hardware and Software
-Home and Business Networks
-Remote Support
-Hosted and in House Servers
-Content Filtering
-IT Consulting

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Printing and Embroidery

-Much More!

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Promotional / Marketing

-Promotional and Marketing
-Custom Apparel
-Marketing materials
-Promotional Items
-Business Cards

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Graphic Design / Layouts

-Graphic Design:
-Brand Marketing
-Custom Logos

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Our Store

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Our New Address is: 1711 Dobbs Road Suite A St. Augustine, FL 32084

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How to protect your computer during a hurricane

1) Back up your data and keep the copy in a safe place.
2) Shut down your computer and turn off your monitor. You should also turn off any peripherals, such as printers and external drives.
3) Unplug the power cords from all devices. We may lose power during a storm. Surges can happen when power is restored. Unplugging from the wall will help insure the devices will be protected.
4) Unplug the network cable going to your computer, as well as your printer (networked printers only). Lightning can send voltage through these lines, possibly damaging your network cards. Although, there is grounding protection in place in all of the buildings on campus to help prevent such events, it is still a good protective measure to take.
5) If located near a window, you may want to cover your computer with a garbage bag in case water comes in. (NOTE: Be sure to unplug the power from the devices before doing so. This will insure that the computer does not over heat when power is restored.)
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