We get you and your devices back in business

Technology plays an increasingly large roll in today’s computer saturated culture and many people consider their desktop or laptop PCs to be an invaluable asset of their lives. Computers help us to communicate, enable us to organize, provide us with information, and much more. What options do you have when your PC begins showing signs of problems or, worse yet, comes to a complete stand still due to hardware malfunctions or software corruption?

Computer Surgeon Inc. provides efficient and effective diagnosis and repair solutions that get you and your computer back in business. Our repair program is an easy 3-step process.

Drop Off

Bring your computer or computer accessories to our office location.


Our technician will evaluate your equipment and call you with a cost estimate.


We repair your equipment and call you with a pickup notification.

Diagnostic and repair services for virtually any device

Computer Surgeon Inc. offers over 3 decades of combined experience troubleshooting and repairing problematic computer systems and accessories. Our services include:


Computer Surgeon Inc. charges a flat rate of $65.00 for the first hour of diagnosis and repair on your computer or computer accessories. Any additional work, beyond the first hour, is
billed in 15 minute increments at $16.25. Computer Surgeon Inc. now offers an on site computer repair service. The new on site service is billed at our standard rates plus a $40.00 travel fee.

Our Technology Recycling Service

Technology changes quickly and people are constantly upgrading to larger, faster, more reliable hardware. So what happens to all of the old, discarded equipment. Is it thrown into storage or worse, into a landfill? Computer Surgeon is concerned about this trend and its effect on our global environment. Our recycling service disposes your unwanted computer or technology equipment in a manner that is secure and will not contribute to the pollution of landfills.

Understanding the problem

  • PCs and monitors generate hazardous waste.
  • PCs may contain as much as 8lbs of lead.
  • Most monitors contain as much as 8lbs of lead.
  • The mercury, lithium, and cadmium found in many PC batteries are toxic at high levels.
  • The other hazard with putting your computer in the trash, is that even if you have deleted your information off the hard drive, it may still be recovered.

How can you help?

  • DON’T put your computer equipment in the garbage!
  • DO bring your PCs, monitors and batteries to Computer Surgeon.

We will physically destroy your hard drive and dispose of your equipment at a recycling center when possible, and otherwise at an approved disposal site. Please help Computer Surgeon help all of us toward a healthier environment!

If our location is not convenient to you, we encourage you to seek out your local state EPA website to search for recyclers closer to you.