Computer Repairs Beverley Park
Mobile Geeks is a proud Sydney establishment that has been providing computer repairs and IT managed support services to Beverley Park for over a decade. Our computer technicians come to you and provide on-site help at the convenience of your home or office in Beverley Park.
Our Beverley Park computer technicians can do everything from diagnosing wireless connection problems to setting up computer networking, removing computer viruses to setting up data backup systems, installing new hardware to configuring software, and everything IT and computer repairs related. Our Geeks also offer computer maintenance to keep your device running up to speed and error free. We offer unmatched computer repairs at low prices without compromising on quality of service.
Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:
- computer services and maintenance
- computer upgrade advice
- internet security & firewall setup
- data backup
- data recovery
- computer networking
- virus removals
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home setup
Mobile Geeks deliver on-site experienced, guaranteed and helpful computer repairs, servicing Beverkey Park seven days a week.
For Beverly Park computer repair bookings, call us on 1300 883 021 or book online.
Beverly Park Historcal Note:
Is a southern Sydney suburb located 15 kilometers south of the central business district. It is part of the St George Area and is under the control of the local government area of the Municipality of Kogarah.
Kogarah Bay and Beverly Park were originally part of the suburb of Kogarah that had been originally known as Twonson’s Bay. Kogarah Bay and Kogarah were separated by the creation of Beverly Park. The suburb has taken its name from the large recreational park of the same name which includes Beverly Park Golf Course.
On the corner of the Princes Highway and Lacey Street is *Sunnyside* an historic sandstone house that was the original home of Patrick J. Lacey an early mayor of Kogarah, it became the Church of England’s rectory in the 1930s and a private kindergarten and primary school from 1948. In 1958 it was converted into a rooming house, and in 1993 became a private residence once more