Computer Repairs Castle Cove
Mobile Geeks is one of Castle Cove’s best computer repairer and managed IT services provider. We bring our computer Geeks to you so you don’t have to leave your home or office.
If your computer running slow or you need to retrieve some lost data, contact Mobile Geeks. Our Castle Cove computer technicians can also help with computer training, data backup, virus removals, hardware upgrades, software installation, email setup for individuals and businesses and many more computer and IT services. Our Geeks in Castle Cove are not only trained on the technical aspects of the job but they also possess outstanding customer service as that is our number one priority.
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 for computers, laptops and Macbooks
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home setup
Mobile Geeks provide on-site professional, efficient and friendly computer repairs, servicing the Castle Cove and surrounding areas seven days a week.
Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks now!
Castle Cove Historical Note:
Castle Cove is a suburb on the lower North Shore of Sydney located 11 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district.
It is thought that Castle Cove was named after the estate of Henry Willis, a prominent member of the NSW Parliament at the time. The forboding Gothic style Innisfail Castle is his house built in 1905. The house was built using sandstone quarried on the estate. Situated on the ridge of Castle Cove, the building overlooks Sugarloaf Bay and is a prominent landmark seen from various places in the area.
About 1985, Henry Willis’ decendants decided to proceed with to subdividing the land around the Castle, to be used for construction of several town houses, and turn the Castle into a wedding reception centre. As the land earmarked for the town houses was the land donated to the Castle owners by the government , it was eventually felt that profiting from this was not appropriate. Hence, Willoughby Council refused the rezoning required to build the townhouses. Permission to run a business from the Castle was also rejected. The property was ten sold for about $4 million.