We are a Laptop, Computer, and Tablet Specialty Repair Shop
1397 E Florence Blvd. Suite #5, Casa Grande, Arizona 85122
We service iPhones, iPads, all Android Phones, Macbooks, Ibooks, and all makes and models of Tablets. All makes of Laptops and Computers, Servers, Routers, Motherboard Repair, Wireless and Fixed Networks, Virus and Spyware Removal, Adding Devices to Existing Networks, Data Transfer, Data Storage Solutions, New Computer and Laptop Setup, Email Setup, Printer Setup, Server and IT Support, Apple and Microsoft Systems Service with a certified Apple and Microsoft technician available. Computer Tune Ups, Memory and Speed Utilities for faster response times, Internet Security Solutions, and Data Recovery.
We support home users, and small to medium size businesses. Our services range from onsite support to Monthly Contracts for SMB Business's. We offer many years of experience in the IT support field. We strive into being top rated on customer service and support and work along with you to solve any issues you may have thus making sure that you have received a 1st class service. We also specialize in building custom computer systems, internet security, advanced data backup solutions and much more based on your needs.
We service Ak-Chin, Apache Junction, Arizona City, Casa Grande, Coolidge, Eloy, Florence, Gila River Indian Community, Sacaton, Stanfield, Maricopa, San Pedro, Benson, Douglas, San Tan Valley, Gold Canyon, Queen Valley, Marana and all towns in between. We make service calls most anywhere in Southern Arizona. Please call for pricing and scheduling.
The AK-Chin Indian Community, which consists of both Tohono O’odham (Papago) and Pima Indians, is in the northwest part of Pinal County. The reservation land, at an elevation of approximately 1,186 feet, lies in the Sonoran Desert. State Route 238 intersects the reservation at its northernmost and easternmost corners. The new State Route 347 runs through the reservation, connecting Interstate 8 and I-10.
Apache Junction is located on the eastern rim of the Phoenix Metropolitan area, near the foot of the scenic Superstition Mountains at the junction of U.S. 60 and 89 and state Highway 88. Apache Junction is easily accessible by U.S. 60, the Superstition Freeway. Apache Junction lies primarily in Pinal County, adjoining Maricopa County to the west. It was incorporated in 1978.
Arizona City is a planned community at the midpoint of the Phoenix-Tucson corridor, one of the more rapidly developing areas of the state. Surrounded by productive agricultural land, Arizona City has both industrial and commercially zoned areas, along with such amenities as a 48-acre lake, an 18-hole golf course and several parks.
Casa Grande, the second largest community in Pinal County, was founded in 1879 and incorporated in 1915, is named for the famous Hohokam Indian ruins 20 miles to the northeast. Known as a “community first” hometown, Casa Grande is a forward-looking city yet one that has retained its small-town charm.
Coolidge, halfway between Phoenix and Tucson, is the commercial center of Arizona’s cotton industry. In 1925, after construction of the Coolidge Dam transformed the flat desert into rich farm and ranch land, R.J. Jones laid out an 80-acre site to found the city. The city’s name honors the U.S. President who dedicated Coolidge Dam in 1930.
Eloy is an agricultural/travel/commercial center located along the growth corridor between Phoenix and Tucson. In 1902, the Southern Pacific Railroad built a switch about six miles west of Picacho, which they named Eloy.
The Town of Florence is located within central Pinal County, approximately 61 miles from the City of Phoenix and 70 miles from the City of Tucson. The Town of Florence is geographically situated upon a level plain, and is adjacent to the Gila River flood plain.
Gila River Indian Community is located on 372,000 acres in south-central Arizona, south of Phoenix, Tempe and Chandler. The reservation was established by an Act of Congress in 1859. The tribal administrative offices and departments are located in Sacaton and serve residents throughout the seven community districts.
Maricopa is located 16 miles south of Interstate 10 in western Pinal County. The area was first described by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in 1694 as an established agriculture community populate by Native Americans. In the 1870s, the railroad found its way to the area along what is now State Route 347 (Maricopa Road or the John Wayne Parkway).
San Tan Valley is Pinal County’s newest and largest named area. Approximately 80,000 people call San Tan Valley home. The community is nestled among the foothills of the San Tan Mountains and boasts a wonderful park and recreation area, the San Tan Mountain Park. People of all ages call San Tan Valley home with a variety of golf communities, age-restricted communities and family neighborhoods.
Gold Canyon is an unincorporated community at the foot of the scenic Superstition Mountains. Hiking, biking and horse trails are abundant in Gold Canyon and there are several golf courses and resort style communities. It’s about a 40 minute car ride to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport but a world apart. The desert area in and around Gold Canyon boasts abundant wildlife such as Gambel’s quail, roadrunners, cactus wrens, coyotes, javelina and jackrabbits. Gold Canyon is close enough to city amenities but far enough away for stargazing and outdoor recreation.
Most of the Town of Marana lies in Pima County but the town, which is situated north of Tucson along Interstate 10, recently annexed a small area above the Pinal-Pima County line northeast of where I-10 enters Pima County. The Town’s planning boundaries extend beyond its current incorporated areas so the prospect of additional Pinal County land becoming part of the Town is a possibility.