Santa Rosa Computers Computer Repair & Networking in Santa Rosa, CA

Rated Excellent
Rated Excellent from 1 review
Santa Rosa Computers is a computer service and repair shop that serves the Sonoma County area. We specialize in providing both consumers and businesses with solutions to their computer and networking problems. We have a lot of experience with dental offices in particular, and our technicians are familiar with Dentrix, Eaglesoft, Open Dental, Clinical Vision, and Digital X-Ray.

We carry all of the PC parts needed to build your own PC or upgrade an existing one. We have the lowest priced computer and AV cables in town. Don't pay high prices for your cables at large retail stores when ours are 50%-75% off retail price!

Our experienced staff can build a custom PC for your home or business needs. Windows 7 is normally installed on our computers, but we can still install Windows XP for legacy applications. Tell us what you need and well customize a computer for you. Our computers start at $549 for a basic system, and we can transfer data from your old computer.
  • Computer Repair & Maintenance
  • Hardware Installation
  • Network Support & Administration
  • New System Setup
  • Software Installation
Contact Information
Website
Phone Number (707) 570-2040
City Santa Rosa, CA
Zip Code 95403
Address 1651 Piner Rd
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Reviews
Rated Excellent (5 of 5) from 1 review
  Excellent service!
by William D. from Petaluma, CA
May 26, 2011
Straight forward and honest guys! Even for a tune up. Also a branch in Rohnert Park.
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