We can help you preserve your family memories.

Your family history is important. We can help you preserve your memories by converting your home movies, photographs and documents to a digital format your family can enjoy for generations to come. We will provide your memories on a thumb drive or DVD, and access to our own secure web forum where you can upload and share your memories with others.

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Let us help you save your memories.

Our dedicated staff at Digital Family Heritage (a division of Tech Force Onsite LLC) will take your photographs, home movies and printed materials (letters, documents) and convert them to a digital format that you can enjoy and share . We'll provide access to a secure site where you can post and share your memories with friends and family. Then, we will return your originals and you'll have the comfort of knowing your family's precious memories are safe and secure for generations to come.

Stored in old shoe boxes and photo albums, your precious family memories are likely yellowing and deteriorating. Drop them off to us and we will carefully scan and restore each one, download onto a thumb drive or DVD and provide access for you to store them digitally online for others to enjoy also.
Remember when you recorded your child’s first steps on your camcorder? Their first t-ball game or touchdown? Those priceless moments are probably languishing on old videotapes or reels you can no longer view. We will digitally save and convert all types of videotape and movies to a format you can enjoy indefinitely.
Contact us at (513) 988-9707 for a quote or more information. Then, simply drop off your tapes, movies, photos and old documents. Our professional technicians will carefully transfer each item onto thumb drives or DVDs, and provide the ability to update and share the new images and moves via a password-protected website.

Thank you for helping us to organize and save our family's pictures and home movies. How fun to see and remember -- and learn about -- our family's history.

Debbie M.