We have gotten so dependent on hi-tech that when your computer decides to stop working your entire life can come to a halt as well. This would be the prime time to call computer repair technicians. Mobile Geeks can easily support any your computer repairs needs professionally, successfully and with good attitude. Throughout our business enterprise, that age old saying, ‘The Customer is Always Right’ still is alive and well. Every one of our computer repair professionals is continually assessed but not only for their profession abilities and credentials, also on their customer service understanding.

Mobile Geeks truly are a proud Sydney organisation that has been looking after the computer repair needs of this city for several years. Over the years, we now have  supplied various computer repairs and maintenance services in Belmore ranging from malware removal, info back-up together with restoration, computer program installation and electronic mail set up to wireless network, VOIP as well as terminal hosting server programming.

Our company is devoted to each of our Belmore business and personal customers and look forward to Making IT Easy for you.

Mobile Geeks offer on location qualified professional, guaranteed and helpful computer repairs and servicing 7 days a week. Call us at 1300 883 021 so that you can chat to our Geeks straight away.

Belmore Historical Note:

Located 15 kilometers south west of the Sydney central business district and under the local government area of the City Of Canterbury is Belmore.

Named after the Governor of New South Wales – from 1868-1872 the fourth Earl of Belmore. In its early days the area was known as *Darkwater* with some of its first land grants in 1810 made to Richard Robinson 60acres – east of Sharp Street and Kingsgrove Road, to Thomas Mansfield, Francis Wild and John Sullivan 30 acres each. The area was originally used for orchards and market gardens. The area was subdivided up after the railway came through in 1895.

In 1903 the areas first school was opened with the post office opening in 1907. The shopping center began development in the 1920’s and features some classic examples of art-deco architecture. It is surrounded by Greenacre, Lakemba, Roselands, Belfield, Kingsgrove, Campsie and Clemton Park.