Computer Repairs Canoelands
Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairer in Canoelands. We bring our geeks to you, offering you mobile computer repairs and IT managed support services to your office or home in Canoelands. Our Canoelands computer technicians can install and test your RAM, perform system cleanup and maintenance, perform data backups, setup wireless networking and many more computer repair services. We can assist with all of your computer repair needs efficiently, confidently and with good attitude.
Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:
- computer services and maintenance
- computer upgrade advice
- internet security & firewall setup and maintenance
- data backup
- data recovery
- computer networking
- virus removals on computer, laptop and Mac
- 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 to Canoelands seven days a week.
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Canoelands Historical Note:
This is a suburb of northern Sydney located 60 kilometres north of the Sydney CBDt, in Hornsby Shire and Baulkham Hills Shire. CanoeLands is part of the North Shore region.
Canoelands is not really a suburb but a small settelement consisting of some about 65 houses and extending towards the east from Old Northern Road. The the area forms part ofCanoelands Ridge. This is high and undulating terraine with many gullies and covered with dry sclerophyll forest..
In the olden days the place was a timber-getting area for Sydney. The treefellers often found tall stringybark gumtrees with large patches of missing bark. The traditional owners of the land used these peices of bark to make canoes to sail on the Hawkesbury River. Such trees were aptly named canoe trees. This is most probably the origin of the name – Canoelands
The former is bituminised for most of its length and the latter has a wholly bituminised
The first and still the only street light in the suburb was put in place on the corner of Old Northern and Canoelands Roads on June 6, 1994. At first, it was only programmed to be activated by the approaching car however, after some time this idea was abandoned and it now remains lit from sunset to sunrise.