A History Of Community Service!

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin

More than twenty years ago Computer Surplus Solutions started out as a small business running out of the owner’s, John Kotstafis, home. During this time we specialized in repairing monitors and wholesaling computer products to other stores. After a year John decided it was time for Computer Surplus to become a retail store and rented a space on Jennifer St. near The Little Peach (now a Tedeschi Food). As the store now had a retail space we began to offer a variety of computer products and custom built systems to companies and home users as well as specializing in repairs and maintenance of computers and printers.

As our business grew, we realized that lack of space and poor visibility due to our location was holding us back. So after six years at the Jennifer St. location the decision was made to move to 235 Great Rd on RT-119. With this move our business changed dramatically and we were able to provide a much larger amount of new and used products. At this point we also began offering new services such as DC power jack replacement, data recovery, and screen repair in laptops. In addition to these services, we started performing service at the homes or businesses of customers to resolve issues on-site.

More than 20 Years of Technology Support, Sales and Service!

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin

After six years at the Great Rd. location we again felt that our location was lacking, not by size but by appearance. We later found a new location at 537 King St. in order to better customize our store’s needs. After a month of hard work preparing everything for the store we were able to open. We feel confident that customers will agree the new store is more accessible and comfortable than our last location.

Having spent over eight years at 537 King Street, we decided to move down the road, past the Littleton Post Office to 435 King Street. With better parking, our new location is more accessible to customers, and our new location’s entrance is more accommodating for people with concerns over mobility.

Yours Truly,

John Kotstafis