Geek Housecalls Expands Service Area, Offering Help to Frustrated Home Computer Users Nationwide Under its 'Not Just Any Geek' Brand

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Geek Housecalls connects with service techs nationwide to make brand geeks immediately available to help frustrated home computer users in all U.S. major metropolitan areas -

Geek Housecalls, Inc. the New England region’s original traveling geeks is now offering in-home computer service to frustrated home computer users nationwide. This service, offered under Geek Housecalls’ “Not Just Any Geek” brand provides a way for customers in major metropolitan areas outside of New England to experience the level of world-class home computer service that Geek Housecalls’ local customers have enjoyed for the past five years.

Andy Trask and Dave Ehlke, Geek Housecalls’ co-founders, are excited about the opportunity to help customers all over the United States, and with good reason. With individuals, families, and small businesses having an ever-greater appetite for more complex installations and uses, the home computer has vaulted to the forefront of essential home technologies and from that position, has become one incredible source of frustration for users. Ehlke states; “There was a time in the past, when home computers were owned exclusively by either computer geeks, or people who saw it as a luxury or status symbol to be placed in a home office and occasionally dusted off.”

“But that time is over,” reports Trask, “The home computer has become a fundamental necessity of modern home life, and not just for entertainment.” And indeed, the home computer is gradually replacing a whole host of household essentials ranging from dictionaries and encyclopedias to cookbooks, record and CD libraries, and photo albums. Andy adds “many families today have converted entirely to digital photography which means that precious and irreplaceable family photos of aging parents and young children are being trusted to this box under the table -- and to the people who service that box.”

Through their service, Geek Housecalls is welcoming customers throughout the United States to call or email and schedule appointments in their own homes at their convenience. Andy and Dave invite visitors to the company website at to learn more about how Geek Housecalls can help them, whether it’s relieving user frustration stemming from viruses, spyware, or other glitches, installing or configuring a wired or wireless home network, or just helping out with a project or a little one-on-one tutoring. “ is our way of bringing the geek to you, no matter where you are, because you never know when you’re going to need a geek!” says Andy.

About Geek Housecalls

Geek Housecalls’ friendly, professional computer geeks are dispatched right out of their own neighborhoods, so they can respond quickly to cries for help, and so customers can be comfortable that they are working with someone local that really understands them. Geek Housecalls started out rescuing home and small business computer users throughout New England in 2001, winning rave reviews from their over 10,000 customers. In addition to fixing computer problems, the “geeks” at Geek Housecalls also help with installations, provide upgrades, install wired and wireless networks, and offer one-on-one tutoring to help you get the most from your computer and high-tech gadgets. In addition, Geek Officecalls, a member of the Geek Housecalls family, delivers a complete array of business-oriented services to the company’s 1,000+ small business customers.

Like old-time doctors who came to help you when you were sick, the geeks from Geek Housecalls come to your home, home office or small business, and you get to know them as they work. Besides technology, our geeks specialize in friendliness, so don’t be surprised if they greet you with a smile at your front door, shake your hand, say “Hi” to the kids, and pat the dog.

Geek Housecalls call center operators can be reached toll-free nationwide at: 1-877-472-4335

Geek Housecalls is an independent company - not to be confused with Best Buy or Best Buy’s Geek Squad.


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