- Onsite printer support
- Home or office
- Skilled printer technicians
Keep in mind, these are broad strokes. We do many things, too many to list! Give us a call to see if we can help you with something we missed.
Training / Teaching
We’re experts in the getting printers to work. Not only is this our profession, but we’re nerds through-and-through, let us teach you our ways.
Software & Drivers
Will that software just not install? Is the driver just not talking to the printer? Don’t worry, these are our specialties. We can fix almost anything.
How frustrating can it be when a printer just won’t printer, scan or copy? Yes, we know all about it, it’s our profession!
Why We're Here
Printers suck, ok, we’ve established this. But, we need them for the moment, they help with all kinds of things… Like printing. What are you going to do when your Assignment/Project is due & the printer decides “hey, I’m not going to play today” … well, you call us obviously. You might Google ‘printer support shop near me’ & think “I’ll just take it there”. Ok, that’s fine, but they open at 9:00am & close at 5:00pm, when do you start/finish work/school? We can be there at 6:00am or maybe 7:30pm, we’re ok with this, we’re nerds, we stay up late anyway!
Seriously though, your printer is important to us as is that assignment you’ve got due tomorrow. Truly, any number of things can go wrong, including, hardware malfunctions, dodgy software playing with drivers, printer updates gone wrong; just like a car, it can break. Our technicians can’t fix everything, just like a mechanic can’t fix your car that’s broken in half, but you can be damn sure we’ll give it our best go. So, for printer repairs in your area or anywhere in Australia we hope we’re your first port of call.
On average (In USA, but we’ll just assume AUS is similar), your typical, standard, run-of-the-mill employee prints 10,000 pages PER YEAR! Wow! Here we were thinking that people were starting to move into the digital age. Not only this but printing is apparently the average business’ third biggest expenditure – Guys… Seriously, stop printing! (Source – Document Systems)