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The Computer Man

The Computer Man, Division of Monitec, Incorporated, founded in 1990, is an information technology (IT) services company which provides a comprehensive range of offerings ranging from a Microsoft OEM System Builder, Member building custom-built Monitec (Brand Name) Computer Systems, to providing outsourcing for computer, notebook and printer repairs, to wireless networks.

  • From The Computer Man

    Why shop at the computer man for my computer needs?

    Far too often we see people purchasing computers based on the popular brand or who has the best advertising. Unfortunately, they end up buying a computer that isn’t right for their needs. We’ll help you identify what your needs are and make sure you get the right solution.

  • From Woodland Tree Service

    How much does it cost to cut down a tree?

    It is impossible to price a tree removal or pruning job over the phone or without viewing the tree. Every tree and location is different and the cost to remove or prune a tree is based on various factors. Price is based on the size of the tree, the method of removal (whether by crane, bucket or climbing), the location of the tree and its accessibility, and safety factors such as electrical lines nearby or trees that may be over a house. We provide estimates free of charge so that we can meet each client and survey the tree location.

  • From UpFront Auto Clinic

    What sets you apart from your competition?

    Not only were we voted the Readers Choice winner for best Automotive Service Center, but at UpFront Auto we treat our customers like family. From early drop off and shuttle service, to a friendly waiting room and a staff that will remember your name each time you visit, we a different kind of automotive repair shop.

  • From Piccadilly Lane

    Why use soy candles?

    Soy candles burn clean and evenly.

  • From 21st Century Pool and Spa

    What fuel type is right for me?

    Fuel type will dictate how your fire will look and feel as well as how much time and attention your hearth will require and therefore is a very important piece of your purchase process. Your choice of fuel type can be dictated by your local code department depending on where you reside. You should first contact your local code department to see what type of fuels you are allowed to burn. Your options are wood, pellet, gas, or ask about alternate fuels such as corn or cherry pits. Then visit us at the showroom.