Computer Repairs Cheltenham

If you’re looking for IT managed services or computer repairs in Cheltenham, Mobile Geeks can help. Our Geeks come to you whether that be your home or office in Cheltenham, with no call out fees. Services we offer include: wireless network configuration, virus removals, data backup, data recovery, printer setup, system maintenance, PC power supply installation, hardware and software upgrades, and many more computer repairs. Our Cheltenham computer technicians are trained not only on their computer repair skills but also on their customer service skills so we can ensure you’re getting good service.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks offers onsite expert, guaranteed and outstanding computer repairs, servicing Cheltenham 7 days a week.

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Cheltenham Historical Note:

Cheltenham is a suburb situated 21 kilometres north-west of the CBD.

Cheltenham received it’s name from a house built by William Chorley, whom was a Sydney tailor and men’s outfitter. He acquired the land when it was let go from the Field of Mars Reserve. After taking possession, he gave the name for the house after his birthplace of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.

The M2 Hills Motorway runs alongside the southern border of the suburb. For a long time, Sutherland Road ran through both Beecroft and Cheltenham, and served as a short cut between Beecroft Road and Epping Road. This road ran to the east of the Railway line and was quite busy during peak hour.

A government school, Cheltenham Girls’ High School  is located along Beecroft Road and The Promenade. There are also Beecroft Public School and Arden Anglican School in nearby Beecroft.

From it’s early days, Cheltenham was almost only a residential suburb with no shopping area at all in its planning. Residents of Cheltenham tended to shop in Beecroft or Epping. There was a service station along the western side of Beecroft road, but this was closed in 1975.

Cheltenham has a Bowling Club and also a Buddhist meditation retreat called Ahimsa situated next to Pennant Hills Park.