Business Morals

This will be an area for me to talk about how I work and what my ethics are.

The text below is just a rough draft, feel free to read it though:
There’s plenty of things I don’t know (as the industry is constantly changing). I’m always happy to learn as long as it doesn’t come at the cost of breaking something or making a serious mistake on a customer’s computer.

Basically, I have one goal in mind: to help you get the most out of your computing experience. Great service shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg and it shouldn’t be cheaper to buy a new computer than to pay someone for labor just to clean up your current and capable computer. Cheaper cost doesn’t mean worse service. I’ll be up front and honest; I’m not certified (soon to change) by any organization and I’m not in college for an IT degree. However, I do have knowledge and years of hands-on experience. My passion is computers and because of that, I’ve built up a vault of knowledge that I’m constantly adding to. I don’t know everything but I promise that if there’s something that I come across that I can’t fix or don’t feel comfortable in fixing, I will tell you up front. If I can’t fix it, you don’t pay for it at all. I enjoy being challenged to deliver the best work possible. By giving life to “old” computers, by showing their owners that a little slowdown can be fixed and you can enjoy your computer more than you did when you first bought it. For me, this is much more than just “work”, it’s something I believe in. It’s my chance to make the world a better place, one computer at a time. Go ahead, throw a challenge my way, I promise, you won’t be disappointed.