Sylvester Computer Guy
502 W Franklin Street
Sylvester, GA 31791
Text the word: SYLVESTERCOMPUTERGUY To: 72727
Going Green Commitments
- We have a proactive conservation strategy which includes the use of LED signage, CFL replacement of incandescent light bulbs, motion activated light switches, separate open/close climate control parameters, and more!
Hours of OperationMonday to Friday:
10:00am - 6:00pm
'We Make I.T. Easier'
We’re a conveniently located, affordably priced, ambassador of technology which performs repairs locally in-store and on-site. We maintain a focus on serving the community by solving tech problems and offering value-added services with a smile.
The Sylvester Computer Guy joined the Sylvester-Worth Chamber of Commerce in March 2012 after seeing the need arise for computer repair among local friends and businesses. As demand for services rose, and scheduled visits around town increased, the decision was made to open a storefront downtown in order to be more convenient for customers and to provide a more predictable means of getting service by allowing a central place for drop offs and pick ups.
The first location on N Isabella Street was opened in September 2012 in a 'pre-launch phase' which offered half-day business hours and centered primarily on offered services. The full launch debuted the first business day of 2013 and brought with it full-day business hours and an increase in offered products. Outgrowing the original location, a new storefront was opened in April of 2013, which expanded the workshop area to handle higher volume, as well as a strong focus on in-stock inventory and low-cost ink and toner. 'I've always wanted to make sure I do things slowly and build deliberately so that I can continue to respond to the needs of the people with things they actually want, not just some abstract idea about what they should need,' Josh says.
Owner Josh Beckstrom is currently an Board Chair for the Sylvester-Worth County Chamber, Chair of the Chamber Tourism Committee, Member of the Chamber Members Committee, Vice-President for the Best Friends Humane Society, Chair of the 2015-2017 Bark in the Park Committees, and has been acknowledged for his efforts in helping Worth County achieve Georgia Camera Ready status as well as providing free photography at many Chamber ribbon cuttings.