Our Response to Covid-19

Need to work from home, or have your employees work from home? We can help. Also, many times we can offer to support you remotely. If we need to go onsite we will take steps to ensure everyone’s safety.

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Still on Windows 7?

If you are running Window 7 or prior you are at RISK! Microsoft has discontinued support and is no longer offering patches and updates. What does this mean for you?

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New Business Customers

If you are a New Business customer you can receive 1 FREE Consultation and 1 FREE hour of support. Just mention it when you schedule your appointment.

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About Butler Computer

We have over 30 years of computer experience in business and residential repair and support. Our technicians are A+ certified and have extensive knowledge of both Windows and Apple computers. We are located in Moody and offer Business Services for Moody, Leeds, Trussville, Pell City, Irondale, Birmingham and the surrounding areas.

We also offer home / residential computer repair and tech support in Moody, Leeds, Trussville, Pell City, Irondale, Birmingham and the surrounding areas. We strive for excellence and rely on word of mouth from our satisfied customers. We are confident that if we treat you fair, and give you the highest level of service, you will be a customer for life. Check our Computer Repair & IT / Tech Support Near Me page.

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Butler Computer
4.8
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John and Jean Cater
John and Jean Cater
22:22 27 Apr 21
Great computer service.
Abigail Montgomery
Abigail Montgomery
19:51 05 Apr 21
Highly recommend!
Kerry Mcgill
Kerry Mcgill
10:06 16 Nov 20
The guy was very knowledgeable and works very fast for very cheap. Would definitely recommend to friends and loved ones
Jay Buchan
Jay Buchan
18:23 28 Sep 20
I've hired Butler Computer several times for various repairs on my laptop computer and have been very happy with their... service, responsiveness, pricing, and explanation of necessary repairs. Their prices are very reasonable and they've been happy to address follow-up questions without additional charge. In summary, I recommend them highly!read more
Michael Russo
Michael Russo
01:07 17 Aug 20
Highly recommended! Ryan is a whiz, trustworthy and generous to boot! He wired up my home for 1 Gb ethernet as per my... request, which was to upgrade my phone jacks to ethernet plugs, connect everything to a wired router and switch in the basement, and put out PoE access points throughout the house for great coverage. He worked with some very particular requirements I had and sorted out some surprising cabling decisions from prior contractors. He also spent a lot of time prior to the job giving advice on the plans and purchasing recommendations, including ways to save money, even if it meant him making less. Very happy with the setup, thank you!read more
Ken Williams
Ken Williams
00:47 15 Jan 20
Very knowledgeable staff great customer service skills. Very down to earth and honest company. Highly recommend.
Kelby & Martha Strickland
Kelby & Martha Strickland
16:16 16 Sep 19
We had several things that needed correcting on our computers. Ryan has been able to correct them all; and he has... explained things in a way that made it easier in using the computers. We are pleased.read more
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