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Providing RELIABLE computer support to small business and residential customers in Kingwood, Atascocita, Humble, and Porter areas. References are available upon request. Located at 12 N Main Street in Town Center (2 doors down from Gigi's cupcakes).
I'm trying to get some new ideas of places to eat in Kingwood that have healthy food choices. I like Jason's Deli but was curious if anyone had a favorite place to eat that is on the healthier side.
Kingwood Middle School is in need of gently used soccer balls and shin guards. We are currently taking donations for them at Kingwood PC Repair located at 6 N Main Street in Town Center Park. Thanks f...
Dorothy, that is a fair question. I got into the IT support business as a way to help people. While I enjoy fixing and trouble shooting computers, my real passion is helping people. So when my good fr...
Here you go Joe - since you don't know what's in it. KEY INGREDIENTS Protein, calcium, fiber, iron, magnesium, vitamin D, zinc, vitamin A, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin C, vitamin B-12 When...
As of today, the Mint Chocolate Brownie Meal replacement shakes are out of stock online. However they are still available at Kingwood PC Repair in Town Center - for now.
These just came in today and will not last long. You can also order online at [url=https://www.advocare.com/140358775/Store/ItemDetail.aspx?itemCode=T1286&id=A&flavor=u]www.KWSpark.com[/url] We are l...
CPU Junk Shop for RAM - 3 years ago
Call Kingwood PC Repair at 281-360-3300. Hours of operation are 8am-7:00pm M-F and Saturday 10-3 located at 12 N Main Street in Town Center Park across from Chachi's Mexican restaurant.
We are at 12 N Main Street - across from Chachis and two doors down from Gigi's Cupcakes. Store hours are M-F 8-7 and Sat 10-3.
We have never referred any of our customers to anyone in Atascocita. Unfortunately there are other computer repair companies with very similar names. Perhaps you called one of those businesses by mist...