Trev’s Computer Service

Trev's Computer Service

Trev’s Computer Service, located in Columbus, Nebraska, is one of many important members of the Tech Army. Though Trevor Zuerlein (the company’s owner) and his assistant Brian run a small business, don’t let the size fool you. They offer a wide variety of products and services, a vast knowledge of computers, and they do it while making positive customer service a top priority! According to Trevor, “When customers choose me, they can expect to be treated like they would be with a Fortune 500 company, but at a price they can afford. But most importantly, they get the respect and quality service they deserve.”

There is no computer product or service that Trevor can’t handle. If you’re looking for a computer-related product, he sells it and if he doesn’t have it on hand, he can order it and get it to you as fast as possible. Trev’s Computer Service performs their services on-site or you can bring your computers to them. When asked about a list of services they will perform, Trevor responded, “I do network or computer work, anything from building a computer, repairing, or upgrading it, to diagnosing a network issue, fixing it, and getting things back to normal. I just made an understatement there, and I should just say I’ll do everything.”

Trevor’s skills and knowledge come from a combination of natural talent, a love for computers, and college training. He has a genuine love for the work he does, fixing problems and meeting the customers he works for. He has even made his love for computers into a unique hobby. Trevor uses outdated, unusable compute parts, such as mother boards and floppy drives, and turns them into “Computer Art.” His artwork is currently on display and for sale at the Art Gallery in Columbus, Nebraska.

Visit their website to learn more about the many services, products, and even artwork offered by Trevs Computer Services!

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