Notice: On-site and in-office Services are CLOSED until further notice due to COVID-19 concerns. I want all my clients to remain safe and healthy, and the same for myself so I may continue to offer my services. Website services and any help I may be able to provide remotely will still be available.
Welcome, I am Tim, Your DTech Service Specialist in Seattle, WA.
I offer computer support services, website services, and computer training to my customers in my spare time.
When you choose DTech, you are choosing to commission me to help with your computer problems. This includes PC Support and Repair. I am knowledgeable in the basics of computers. I operate using home built and upgraded PC's, so I know the basics of what makes these little demons tick.
I spent 2 years at ITT Tech seeking a major in software application programming.
I am using StackSkills to continue to educate myself on on ongoing basis in computer technology and programming.
I do my best to solve your problem, or give you the necessary support. This may be in the form of troubleshooting, repair, or tutoring.
I do reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason deemed necessary. Presenting issues to me such as last minute appointment cancelling, not being available at the apointment time, or making a fuss/refusing to pay for service may lead to me deciding this. I hate having to say this, but I only do this during my free time, I cannot take time off of my busy schedule to come to assistance.
I am open and honest, in every question asked. My fee is simply part of the commission rate and I feel it is reasonable.
I participate in the King County Transit Initiative, and I take measures to be Green Certified.
Since DTech is not a business, it cannot be treated as such. My customers are simply commissioning me for my service. I am simply being paid to take time to help. DTech is just a name, I am operating as a freelance technical support specialist.
I also send updates via my Facebook Page.
It is not OK to contact me with any commercial offers or solicitations.
Such contacts will be reported to the FTC.