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JBaileyStudio.com Computer Repair Business Launch(December 31, 2017)
Lancaster, PA, December 31, 2017 --(PR.com)-- JBaileyStudio.com was founded December of 2017 by Justin Bailey. Justin is a disabled Iraq war veteran and started the studio as a hobby. The studio is a computer repair studio that works for donations only, the amount is 100% up to the client. JBaileyStudio.com charges no fees or charges for its services, the donation is completely at the client’s discretion. Justin is able to connect to your computer securely and you can watch him as he works on your system. JBaileyStudio.com focuses on everything from virus removal to PC optimization services. There isn’t much that Justin can’t handle.
If your system is running slow or you’re getting error messages, there is a good chance that it's in need of a tune-up. This is a service that is most commonly performed by JBaileyStudio.com. A solid tune-up can bring your system back to life and bring your system back up to speed or in some cases, make it faster than when you first got it. Justin stresses that users should get a tune-up at least once a month based on the amount of time that you’re on your computer.
Justin resides in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and does house calls for residents within the county, all other services are rendered via a secure remote connection.
JBaileyStudio.com does not work on Apple products at this time.
JBaileyStudio.com also dabbles in graphic design, designing logos free of charge for its clients.
In terms of its donations, JBaileyStudio.com accepts payment via PayPal or personal check.
JBaileyStudio.com can be reached via email at [email protected] or by phone (717) 490-4791. This information can also be found on the website JBaileyStudio.com.
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