Clean Me Up, Scottie

A “Clean Up” is a professional clean of your computer making it safer by deleting malicious software, making it faster by de-cluttering your system and deleting unnecessary files and finally maximizing the remainder of it’s life.

Mitigates Stress

Cleaning computers, speeds them up which reduces user frustration and if things go wrong they are easier to fix so they are back in action sooner.

Saves Money

In the long run, the problems fixed by a comprehensive clean up will not have time to grow into big problems, saving you money.

Best Practice

It is widely agreed upon within the computing community, a comprehensive clean benefits most computers.

What Our Customers Are Saying

Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!

“With regular clean ups and following Steve’s advice I haven’t had a problem with my computer in years.”


“Great service and my computer is noticeably faster. Thanks you.”


“Absolutely, I would definitely recommend you guys. Again, outstanding job on cleaning up my computer. Excellent service!”



The all important dollars and cents. How much our services will set you back.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a "Workshop Clean Up" and an "On Site Clean Up"? Why are they different prices?

A Workshop Clean Up entails you bringing your computer to us at our workshop so we can preforming our cleaning procedures while an On Site Clean Up we come to you. The difference in price is for the time travelling to you. We prefer the workshop because it saves you money and we have more tools at our disposal in the workshop.

My computer is not working. Will a "Clean Up" fix it?

Most likely no. The “Clean Up” is a maintenance procedure that purpose is to avoid big problems. If your computer is not working that’s a big problem. However, technology is complex and every problem is different. Although a clean up is very beneficial to health and speed of your computer, if the computer is not functioning most likely steps beyond a clean up will need to be taken such as potentially removing viruses and retrieving your data.

Couldn't I just clean up my computer myself?

Of course you could. If you know the procedures and have the tools than there is nothing stopping you but the majority of our clients enjoy the peace of mind that it is being fine-tuned by a professional and they also benefit from our knowledge of computer and componentry life expectancy and wider technology expertise and the advice we can give them.

Don't Be Shy

If we didn’t answer all of your questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line.