Founded in Sterling Heights in 2005 by Ryan Meray, C! Tech Solutions offers professional computer support and IT services to home users and small businesses in the northern Metro-Detroit area. Our commitment to quality, honesty, and our wide variety of services and products separates us from our competition.

Headquartered in Ferndale, C! Tech Solutions continues to grow and offers new and exciting services like Remote Support and Email Optimization, while continuing to offer the best in custom computer systems, upgrades and repair.

Our slogan may sound gimmicky to some, but we think it is accurate. There is certainly no shortage of so-called computer "geeks." You may have a neighbor down the street, a relative, or a co-worker who "knows stuff about computers." But here at C! Tech Solutions, we go further than that. We don't condescend or talk down to our clients. We take the time to try and help you know more about computers as well. We are constantly looking for new products, services, and techniques to help our customers get the most from their technology. Working with computers isn't just a hobby, it's a passion, and it's what we do best. So go on, ask yourself:

Why Settle For a Geek When You Can Hire a Pro?

When looking for computer support, it's important to find someone you can trust. We believe the best recommendations come from our clients and hope that through Google Local, Yahoo Local, Angie's List and elsewhere you'll find reviews that describe the kind of experience you'd like to receive. In addition to being a proud member of the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce, C! Tech Solutions holds partnerships with companies such as Microsoft, Dell, and many others.

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