We have become so dependent upon technologies if your computer is suffering from a glitch all of your way of living can be experiencing problems as well. Whenever your pc will not perform to its top effectiveness is the right time to get in touch with our computer repair personnel. Mobile Geeks can definitely care for all computer repairs wants and needs properly, proficiently with very good attitude. Inside our business enterprise, that maxime, ‘The Customer is Always Right’ is always alive and well. All of our computer repair professionals are systematically tested not merely on their industry knowledge and qualifications but also for their consumer support capabilities.
Mobile Geeks are a proud Sydney company that has been attending to the computer repair needs of this city for a number of years. Over the years we’ve also given a variety of computer repairs and maintenance services in Bella Vista. These services range from infection elimination, data files back-up not to mention restoration, software applications installation and electronic mail set up to wifi network, Voice over ip and terminal server programming.
We are committed to all of our Bella Vista business and personal customers and look forward to Making IT Easy for you.
Mobile Geeks offer you onsite qualified professional, warranted and helpful computer repairs and maintenance 7 days each week. Call 1300 883 021 to be able to talk to our Geeks right now.
Bella Vista Historical Note:
A suburb of north western Sydney Bella Vista is located 33 kilometers west of the central business district. Located in both the Greater Western Sydney and the Hills district areas
In 1799 Joseph Foveaux was granted 300 acres, which he expanded to over 2000 acres and later sold in 1801 to John Macarthur. John and his wife Elizabeth farmed sheep here. Part of the land was later acquired by the Pearce family and became known as Bella Vista. In the 1890’s Bella Vista was declared *the largest and most successful orange grower in the colony*. In 1950 the Pearce’s sold Bella Vista.
Up until the mid 1990’s the area was primarily used for small-scale agriculture, since then the area has undergone significant changes to accommodate business and residential developments. However the original homestead and farm buildings from the former Pearce land have been preserved and this portion of the property is now owned by the Hills Shire Council