Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Jointech Offers Smart Services For Your Home Or Business

Sign up here for our free newsletter that tells you about the newest stories, three mornings each week.

NEW KENT-When it comes to computer maintenance and repair, and Smart device services, Jointech, an IT company based out of New Kent, offers a variety of options for you and your home or business.

Ahmad Mustafa, a native of Egypt, is co-founder of the business. He has IT background dating back to 2004 and helped start Jointech in 2018. The company has been operating in New Kent County since 2019 and also has a space in Richmond. Jointech serves businesses and homes throughout Greater Williamsburg and elsewhere.

“We offer Smart living packages,” Mustafa said. “It’s up to you what you need.”

Custom Smart living features may include televisions and home theater equipment; lighting; the thermostat and HVAC systems; curtain control; doorbells; security systems; garages; and more. Jointech services homes and businesses in Williamsburg, James City County, and Charles City County and hopes to expand to other locations on the Peninsula.

Jointech also provides computer, wifi, and camera support as well as website design, and other IT services. Installation of home office networks and computer security systems are big right now.

“I’ll come to you,” said Mustafa, who is currently the sole worker at Jointech.

Mustafa has worked in the IT field all over the world. He’s helped set up systems for hotels and businesses in Dubai as well as in Las Vegas, NV, New York, California, and Washington, DC. He recently helped a doctor’s office in Richmond upgrade its technology.

“Technology is always changing,” Mustafa said. “I love my job because I love technology and how it works. I find it interesting. I also love helping people. Right now, I am a one-man show, but I hope to expand and hire more help.”

For more information on Jointech and its services, visit the company’s website or call or text Mustafa at 804-944-4004.

You must purchase this article or be a subscriber to comment on it.

Welcome to the future of local news

Today, July 1, we started a new way to pay for news. Yes, we want you to subscribe, but we know nobody subscribes to every site they visit just because there's a paywall.

So if you don't want to subscribe (even at the low price of $39.99 for a year), you can pay for access to individual articles. Or just buy a 24-hour pass, as if you were buying a single copy of a newspaper (except we also give you access to all the news we published before that day). We use a new payment service called Transact, which lets you pay for individual articles in as little as three seconds. And you will get $3 in free credit just for signing up (just an email address, no credit card required), which will let you pay for about 15 articles.

This is new for everyone, so we're going to ease you into this. Initially, there won't be many articles that you have to pay for. Short ones will always be free. And even the longer stories will let you read the first half or so for free. We'd love to hear what you think, so send us a note at

Top Stories

Residential Community In York County Sells For $100 Million

YORK-A residential community in Greater Williamsburg has recently been sold. On June 29, Berkadia announced the sale of The Bend at Arbordale on Bulifants Boulevard...

Two from Williamsburg Architectural Firm Earn Licenses

Local architectural firm, GuernseyTingle, has announced that two of its employees have earned professional licensures.