Computer Repairs Ashcroft
In the modern world, we are incredibly dependent on technological innovation. So, if your personal machine is suffering from a glitch your complete lifestyle suffers one too. As soon as your technology won’t perform the job to its peak effectiveness or even worse, thoroughly crashes and you’re simply no longer able to send electronic mails or browse the internet it is time to call computer repair specialists. Mobile Geeks can easily service just about all of your computer repairs requirements skillfully, competently and with good attitude. In our commercial enterprise, the old saying of ‘The Buyer is Always Right’ still is alive and well. All of our computer repair experts are routinely evaluated more than just on their industry capabilities and qualifications but in addition, on customer care attributes.
Mobile Geeks surely are a proud Sydney service provider that has been handling the computer repair needs of this city for several years. As time went on, we have brought our Ascroft clients a wide selection of computer repairs and maintenance services starting from malware removal, files back-up along with recovery, software installing and email set up wifi network, VOIP and terminal web server development.
Our company is devoted to the Ashcroft business and individual customers and looks forward to Making IT Easy for you.
Mobile Geeks offer you onsite specialist, guaranteed and user friendly computer repairs and maintenance 7 days each week. Call up 1300 883 021 so that you can chat to our Geeks straight away.
Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairs company.
Ashcroft Historical Note
Ashcroft is a South Western Sydney suburb located 35 kilometres south west of the central business district a of Sydney and comes under the local government area of the City Of Liverpool.
Some of the area’s most famous residents include – Brad Fittler former Rugby League great who attended Ashcroft High School and it was the childhood home of Mark Latham former leader of the Labor Party.
The suburb began as part of the Housing Commission’s *Green Valley* development and was named after the Ashcroft family – a former pioneering family in the district who gave up their land for the site of the new development. E.J.Ashcroft was a butcher at Liverpool in the 1890’s who with the whole family was active in establishing meat wholesaling and retailing at the Homebush abattoir. Even though it had been named much earlier it was officially gazetted on April 7 1972.