Thanks to Al Warr for publishing this in this past week’s Hunterdon Democrat!
Hunterdon businesses expanding – Cahill’s computers
Written by Al Warr/Hunterdon County Democrat
Existing businesses in Hunterdon are running out of room. It’s a healthy economic turn of events when they find more space is needed to serve their clients.
Sooner or later, everyone needs help with computer concerns. No matter the problem, solutions are available at an expanding Hunterdon computer operation.
“We moved into Frenchtown in 2010,” said Dave Cahill. “Last month, we doubled our space by expanding into the store next door.”
Dave and his brother James operate River Net Computers in the Gem Building at 10 Bridge St., Frenchtown, but the entrance is on Front Street. They’ve just formed River Net Creative Industries.
“I’m an audio engineer as well,” Dave continued. “This new division separates web and music, graphic design and creative development.”
This operation is not a retail store, but certified technicians offer repair, upgrades, graphic and web design along with hosting, networking, security, custom build-outs and installations. Free diagnostics offered here are popular attractions for residential and business clients.
“Since I was a kid, I’ve been interested in computers,” Dave added. He can convert VHS to DVD, and “super duper gaming computers for kids” are available.
In recent years, the possibilities offered by computers have exploded around us. “I foresee computers getting smaller and smaller,” Dave said. “There will be lots of automation (coming in the future).” One idea has to do with smart roadways. “They might change color when icy.”
The brothers plan to have a grand opening in March or April. They are firming up plans that will possibly include musical entertainment.
Keep track of this operation by visiting RiverNetComputers.com. It’s open every day except Sunday. For hours, call 908-996-3279. And follow on Facebook.