Farmington Top Business Nominee: Computer Solutions

FARMINGTON, CT — Recently, Farmington Patch asked readers to nominate their favorite local business for a Business of the Year series. Many area businesses have managed to navigate the turbulence of 2020 with steadfast determination and an unwavering commitment to the clients they serve.

a house that has a sign on the side of a road: The Farmington Canal House.

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The Farmington Canal House.

Computer Solutions, Practical Computers, LLC. was established in 2003 by Boris Kovalevsky. He is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University with a degree in computer science.

Computer Solutions is family owned and operated and located in the Farmington Canal House at 128 Garden St.

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“The mission of Computer Solutions is to technologically support and protect our community,” Kovalevsky likes to say. “We specialize in supporting small business and residential clients. Our specialty is computer management, automation, business continuity, networking and education. We support throughout Connecticut.”

He’s what a nominee had to say:

  • “A few months ago, my laptop’s hard drive locked up (the dreaded blue screen). After numerous (local) searches for help, I came across this business right here in Farmington. I talked with Boris on the phone and he said bring it over. He gave me an accurate estimate of the cost to replace the hard drive if the old one couldn’t be saved … No kidding, three hours later, my phone rings, it’s Boris, saying ‘Come on back, you’re all set.’ He had a new, solid state drive installed, and all data, pictures, music, etc. was saved from the failed drive, and installed on the new one. Just outstanding. It’s this kind of customer service that is so hard to find, that I couldn’t let the opportunity pass to recognize this local, small business. Please reach out to Boris for your computer service, web design, networking, etc. needs.” —David Boone

See more on the business here.

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