Terms & Conditions
Please read these terms carefully before using this website. Using our website indicates that you accept the terms. If you do not accept these ("terms"), do not use this website.
Protection of Intellectual Property
All elements of our website, including, but not limited to, the general design and the content, are protected by trade marking, copyright, moral rights, trademark and other laws relating to intellectual property rights. Except as explicitly permitted in writing under this or another agreement with us, no portion or element of this website or its content may be copied or retransmitted via any means and this website, its content and all related rights shall remain the exclusive property of us or our licensors unless otherwise expressly agreed.
Copyright and Legal
This entire website is copyright Computability. All Rights Reserved.
All images/articles/sound/video contained on this site are subject to UK Copyright Laws. No one, for any reason, is permitted to copy any content appearing on the pages of this website without written permission. In the event of infringement legal steps will be taken to achieve redress.
Address: 55 Morley Road, Twickenham, TW1 2HG
Terms of Business
For all computer repairs where we visit your premises, there is a minimum charge of £30
We believe all prices are correct at time of publishing. E & OE
All prices shown are VAT exclusive and VAT inclusive, at 20% on all goods and services including any delivery charges within the UK
All prices are in Pounds Sterling
At present we do not supply outside the UK
All goods will remain our property until full payment is received
Prices are subject to change without notice.
Specifications are subject to change without notice
Any errors on the online invoice will be corrected in the final invoice and you will be notified of the changes.
Any advice given to customers is given in good faith, and is not intended to form part of any contract.
In a business to business relationship, ouir liability is limited to repairing or replacing the faulty equipment, and Computability is not liable for loss of business or any consequential losses.