Business targets all kinds of tech
A new computer repair service store has opened in downtown Tiffin.
TechSpace, 116 S. Washington St., Suite C, opened a little more than a month ago and offers all kinds of tech assistance, said owner Spencer Williams.
“We can take anything apart in a laptop. We do motherboard replacement, LCD replacement, virus removals. We can do data recovery and desktop repairs. We can even make custom-built computers for people. … We pretty much do anything computer-related,” he said.
He said they handle more than just computer repair.
“People can come here and get their iPhone or tablet repaired and we normally do same-day service,” he said, adding that there are not many places in the area that do that.
Tech Space also provides free estimates, preventive maintenance and networking services, according to a release.
Williams, a graduate of Columbian High School in 2007 and Tiffin University in 2012, said he has worked with Lennie Simmons and James Smith at Smith Systems for the past three years and they all work together at TechSpace. He said while he handles all phone and tablet repairs, Simmons is a computer technician and Smith does networking and service calls.
“It’s nice that we each have areas we specialize in,” he said. “I think it can help provide great customer service and allow us to get things done quicker.”
Williams also said he really liked the Laird Arcade as a place to open his business.
“I really liked the Laird and what it is doing,” he said, “The Laird is completely occupied and there are a lot of young businesses and people in here. This really is an ideal spot to be.”
Williams said TechSpace is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.