normally visit my clients to assist with their
computer and tech issues at their premises, charging for my
time accordingly. This is how I earn a living. It is also an
enjoyable way for me to live; cycling to and from different
locations, meeting different people,
and enjoying the hospitality of tea, coffee, biscuits (even
cake!), and a bit of a chat along the way.
We are requested
to social-distance and limit our contact with others, and
some are keen to follow this more strictly, but I will
continue to offer and provide my services as best as
possible; generally it's easy enough to carry on as normal.
get in touch to discuss your requirements.
I am able to provide a simple solution over the phone, I
you email me or contact me through my website, I will do my
best to help you out or point you in the right direction for
necessary I can collect a problem system and return it to
you at your convenience, keeping a safe social distance as
• I can
visit you and keep a distance while I work on your devices.
It is rarely as simple as telling you what you need to click
on. Not meeting you or your computer face-to-face often
makes getting to the bottom of a problem and resolving it
all the more challenging and sometimes more time-consuming.
resolving tech issues; it’s satisfying, if only a little
stressful at times! I think we all realise (especially now)
how much we rely on our devices.
problem that remains is how to charge for my services and
continue to earn a living if I’m
unable to visit my clients as normal and for them to see or
appreciate how much time is involved.
government has generally assisted employed and
self-employed people (although some months later) by
providing up to 80% or their earnings and SSP.
live by simple means; cycling to clients being an aspect of
this, but we all have bills to pay.
Here you can
help me help you and others alike stay connected at this
regarding your experiences with using my services.
Here is a handshake for you!