Refine computer repairs in Boronia

Nowadays, we are so reliant on computer technology that any time one of your gadgets has a glitch, you feel real stress. I left my iPad at my parents. That means two weeks without until I see them next. Stressful feeling like this, due to technology are more commons nowadays. If my computer went down… well, I don’t even want to think of that! Are you with me on that?

But let’s say the worst has happened and your computer has crashed. Maybe it is simply testing your patience by taking its sweet time to do anything. If that is you, save yourself the time and drama and call Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks will resolve any of your computer repairs problems quickly. We offer you effectively with a smile. In this business, the old saying of ‘The Customer is Always Right’ is still kicking. Regularly, we check every one of our computer repair geeks on their customer service skills. If there are any complaints, we Mobile Geeks management takes them very seriously.

Mobile Geeks are a proud Melbourne organisation that has been looking after the computer repair needs of Melbourne for many years. At Mobile Geeks computer repairs we are present all of Melbourne suburbs.  We are present as well for an individual clientele in Boronia. And we and look forward to making IT easy for you.

Mobile Geeks computer repairs will deliver on location skilled professional, secured and pleasant computer repairs and maintenance service 7 days a week. You need a good computer services company?! Stop searching, contact us immediately.

Boronia historical note

Boronia is a suburb of Melbourne located 29 km east far from the CBD. The suburb it’s under the local government of the city of Knox. According to the 2016 census the suburb had a population of 22,195.

The indigenous Australian Wurundjeri occupied the lands at first. The proximity with the Dandenong Ranges was good for hunting and finding water. Before European settlement Boronia was predominantly an orchard, flower growing and farming area.

The local councillor A. E. Chandler named the suburb after the plat boronia in 1915 because this plant grew on his property. Five years later, the first post office opened, and the residential development started between 1960 and 1970.

John Miller built the Miller Homestead building in 1888 which remain one of the flowers most impressive historical building. The Nation Trust of Australia classified the property during the 20th century.

You can have a good view on National Park and the city from Boronia. If you like walking or biking, you can go across some sections of the Dandenong Ranges.

There are many community groups established inside the area. For example, the Lions Club, the YWCA Women’s Group or the VIEW Club. Numerous scouts club are active in the suburb and help in the cities. You can find lot of primary school and kindergarten but just one High school in Boronia.

The suburb is supported by an Australian rules football team which compete in the Eastern Football League. Cricket, gym and basketball facilities are also including in Boronia.