Welcome

We are open for all repairs on Laptops, PC’s and MACS
All walk ins welcome

Our opening hours will be
10am to 5pm Monday – Friday
9am to 5pm Saturday

If you would like to book in a repair please visit the bookings page or phone
01440 703102 during our opening hours.

Who we are

We are a family based company based in Suffolk. We started Nicom IT Services in April 2015 and have not looked back since. Run by husband and wife team Nick & Sarah Rutter we understand how frustrating IT problems can be. We aim to relieve your IT Headaches. We believe that IT repairs should not be expensive and aim to bring you affordable quality IT support.

Our aims are simple “To provide quality inexpensive IT repairs and sales to the local community” We believe in giving back to the local community. We have previously donated computers and laptops and peripherals to local nurseries etc.

It’s been a dream of ours for some to create an IT repair business that is friendly and most importantly affordable. Nick has worked in IT for almost 15 years now, moving up the ranks from technician to manager, to head of IT Operations for a local Academy Trust. He has Microsoft and CISCO qualifications, and during his time working within education he picked up many more skills that are transferable to clients. As a company we can deliver a high-quality service to home and business customers. Working within our core values of community and affordability allows us to move forward and keep expanding.

In October 2017 we opened our first Service centre in Haverhill. This gave us a base to work from and something to build upon. In September 2018 we moved into new premises located in Queens Square, Haverhill. We understand that IT support can be frustrating, whether it’s a small issue of your printer not working to a server failure in a corporate business.

During 2019 and 2020 we have employed several staff to help with the growth of the business.

We hope to continue to grow our company during 2021 and offer more affordable and quality IT services to the local community.