We are increasingly becoming so dependent upon hi-tech that when your computersystem won’t perform well or even worse, completely goes down your whole life seems to crash as well. If you are experiencing the following symptoms – no ability to send emails, slow internet speed, blue screen of death, etc – it is the time to ring computer repair technicians. Mobile Geeks are able to fix just about all of your computer repairs ailments expertly, successfully and with great bedside manner. In this firm, the old maxime, ‘The Buyer is Always Right’ still exists. Each and every one of our computer repair employees are frequently tested not just on their industry expertise and credentials but on customer care skills as well.
Mobile Geeks undoubtedly are proud Sydney company that has been handling computer repair needs in this town for quite a few years. Over the years we’ve delivered a variety of computer repairs and maintenance services in Belrose covering anything from virus elimination, data files back-up along with restoration, software program installing and electronic mail set up to wifi system, Voice over internet protocol and terminal server programming.
Our company is dedicated to each of our Belrose business and individual customers and look forward to Making IT Easy for you.
Mobile Geeks deliver on-site experienced, guaranteed and pleasant computer repairs and maintenance seven days every week. Phone 1300 883 021 if you want to chat to our Geeks straight away.
Belrose Historical Note:
Is a suburb located in the northern beaches area and is 19 kilometers north east from Sydney’s central business district. It is covered by the local area government of the Warringah Council. Belrose is also considered to be a part of the *Forest District* and is known to the locals as *The Forest*
While it is more a residential area it does contain two shopping centers including Belrose Village and Glenrose , a library, theatre, and Austlink Business Park. On its border with Frenchs Forest are the Lionel Watts Oval playing fields and the Frenchs Forest Showground Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Garigal National Park are along its northern border
Belrose Public School was built in 1952, Wakehurst Public School followed in 1966 and in 1978 Covenant Christian School was established. Borgnis street is well known for its Christmas Light display during the holiday season.