that spring to mind Gareth:-
1. I notice that you have a trademark symbol on the text line "The solution to your needs". You may have registered this sentence as a trademark of course, but it's unlikely - trademarks are often awarded to words, but not whole sentences. You mustn't claim a trademark if none exists, because that leaves you liable to prosecution if someone else has registered the trademark. Ignore all this if you have registered.
2. There are a lot of grammatical errors in your text.
3. On your auto-quote page you should put the fields into a table. That way you can lay them out neatly, side by side in columns, instead of in a long line down the page.
4. Your copyright claim should include details of who is claiming - i.e. "Copyright 2003 - Solution computers". It should also include an acknowledgement of trademarks used on the site:- "All trademarks hereby acknowledged" and a rights reservation: "All rights reserved".
5. You might try a smaller font size for the text - say 8 or 10 point Verdana. See how it improves the look of the pages.
6. You say that you want to attract orders from people local to the company, but you don't say where the company is - apart from a vague reference to "The Northwest". You should state clearly on the homepage that you are a UK-based company providing purpose-built computers to customers in the (state the area precisely) area of England.