AYR, Scotland, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Established Glasgow computer repair firm Berserk Computers has opened a new concept retail store at New Bridge Street, Ayr encouraging consumers and micro-sized business owners to drop in for technical support queries, bespoke IT services and repairs whilst avoiding expensive hourly rates, complicated jargons and unfriendly service.
Berserk Computers was founded in March 2012 in response to outrageously expensive home call-out services for computer repairs and has established itself as a premier computer repair service across Glasgow & East Kilbride designed for consumers and small businesses alike. Now the company has taken the ambitious move to relocate to Ayr amidst the exciting redevelopment of the riverside in the hope of resolving the shortage of quality repair and technical support outlets for computer users in the wider area.
Moving away from the traditional geek shop, Berserk Computers calls its store "the living room" and encourages passers-by to drop-in with their all things tech for a friendly chat and support session - a concept that is more like Apple's Genius Bar than computer shops typically. Instead of finding a small dimly lit store cramped with tech wizardry components and cables from all directions, the carefully selected location is bright, airy and spacious which reflects the company's outlook to being transparent, welcoming and open with its consumers.
Promising to offer exceptional value for money, customer satisfaction comes at the top of Berserk Computers' priority and they offer a wide selection of services with upfront pricing, consumer household IT products, remote support services and more specialist IT consultancy for ambitious small business owners looking to enhance their own IT processes. The company guarantees all its IT services for a re-assuring 90 days, as well as providing evening home call-out appointments, a free collect and return service, no fix no fee policy and full insurance.
The store is located within Ayr's traditional Heritage Quarter, which the company director, Lhyam Sumal (formerly regional IT Manager for a popular coffee chain), says respectfully blends a modern IT store with the fascinating and beautiful architecture and history surrounding the store, whilst putting a quirky spin on what might typically be expected. Plans have been submitted to raise the store's profile on the exterior to the council.
Customers can drop in for repairs or support, although it is advised to book an appointment ahead for lengthier enquiries by calling +44-800-998-9186.
SOURCE Berserk Computers