We specialize in supporting and maintaining computers for home users and small/medium size businesses. We provide an extensive range of computer repair and support services, including troubleshooting and problem solving, installing hardware and software, networking, upgrading, and virus/spyware removal. We also offer purchasing advice on computers, laptop and peripherals to suit your needs.
We can call at your home or office at your convenience and, where possible, will repair computer problems while you wait. If required, we can also arrange to collect your computer or laptop for repair at our workshop.
We can advise you on suitable methods for security to protect your identity and computer systems. We can also configure parental control to help protect your children when they use the internet.
Cosmic Computers was founded by Mark Hull in 2001 whilst he was still a student working towards his early qualifications in computer skills. Having achieved a BSc (Hons) in Computing, he is now studying for a CompTIA A+ Certification and is a member of the British Computer Society.
Mark has had experience in web design and development, research and education and maintenance and support of a variety of systems. Cosmic Computers has a growing client base including: Architects, Artists, Care workers, Designers, Estate Agents, Photographers, Publishers, Schools, Solicitors, Teachers, Retailers, Video Editors and a range of home users in a variety of circumstances and situations.
Our team serve customers in an area around Bath and Bristol and further afield, travel costs permitting. Please refer to the map below to see if we can help you.
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