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GreenBytes Wards Off Germs and Costly Computer Repairs
Date:5/26/2009

Preventative maintenance service delivers Germ-Free cleaning, extending life, efficiency and healthiness of home and office systems

INDIANAPOLIS, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Some people are almost neurotic about washing their hands and using sanitizers to kill nasty germs. But then they sit at their computer and put their hands all over germ-infested keys. Computers and keyboards are the perfect breeding ground for these persistent little bugs, which are known to spread disease and cause illness. But germs, dust and dirt also inflict other harms. They sneak into and clog up computers and machinery, making them inefficient and sometimes dangerous, according to Karl Glass, co-owner of GreenBytes (http://www.mygreenbytes.com), an Indianapolis-based company that specializes in computer and office machine preventative maintenance services.

"Simply knowing that machines and computers are often some of the germiest surfaces around should be enough to make you get these systems professionally cleaned," Glass says. "But dust, dirt, and grime that enter your computer workstations and office equipment can cause your systems to use up to 73 percent more electricity. In fact, the four most common and costly reasons your computer fails are heat build-up, electrical shortages, abrasive wear and dust, grime and static build-up."

Preventing the replacement of computers and electronic equipment can be a major money saver, especially for computer servers, whose downtime can cost a business more than the expense of equipment. But the accumulation of dirt, dust, grime and germs on any machine, even data rooms, can lead to pricey unscheduled maintenance, decreased production, employee sickness and higher electric bills. Depending on the number of computers and/or machines a business uses, the cumulative effect of such negligence can cost a company thousands of dollars annually.

"You get your oil changed and wash your car to ensure it runs smoothly, is clean and stays in good shape, and you rely on it to last," says Jerry Scott, co-owner of GreenBytes. "There should be no difference in how we treat our computers, ATMs, telephone systems and the many kinds of automated office machines that people use daily. They need upkeep and the right kind of maintenance to function properly. GreenBytes provides this type of preventative service, and we specialize in Germ-Free cleaning, too."

GreenBytes offers free service demonstrations to illustrate the condition of home and office equipment. Appointments are available through the company's Authorized Preventative Maintenance Specialists. For more information, visit: http://www.mygreenbytes.com.

About GreenBytes

Based in Indianapolis, GreenBytes is an environmentally friendly business that provides its clients with top-notch computer and office machine preventative maintenance. GreenBytes specializes in thoroughly Germ-Free cleaning of the inside and outside of computers and office machines. GreenBytes offers both home and commercial services with a focus on superior attention to customer needs. With a combined 26 years of experience, GreenBytes preventative maintenance techs have extensive computer-maintenance-related backgrounds, along with the care and cleaning of ATM machines, telephone systems, data rooms, computer servers and other automated office equipment that carry germs.

    Contact:

    Karl Glass
    GreenBytes
    317-603-7824
    info@mygreenbytes.com

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