Computer Repairs Daceyville
Mobile Geeks is a proud Sydney establishment that has been providing computer repairs and IT managed support services to Daceyville for over a decade. Our Daceyville computer technicians come to you and provide on-site help at the convenience of your home or office.
We can help with everything computer repairs and IT related including: data backups, virus removals, slow internet diagnosis, slow computer troubleshooting, computer networking setup, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and data retrieval. Our computer technicians can deal with all things computer repairs related and if we can’t fix it, you don’t pay.
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 deliver on-site experienced, guaranteed and helpful computer repairs, servicing Daceyville seven days a week.
Buzz a Geek now at 1300 883 021!
Daceyville Historical Note:
Daceyville is located 7 Kilometres south east of the Sydney Central Business district, it is a south eastern suburb and is part of the city of Botany Bay.
Surrounded by the suburbs of Pagewood, Kingsford and Eastlakes, Daceyville is a mostly residential suburb. Named after John Rowland Dacey (1854-1912) who had been a state parliamentarian for the area from 1895-1912 He wanted the creation of a garden suburb, modelled after a suburb in London, England – Letchworth. Following Dacey’s death Sir John Sulman planned an estate of low cost housing for the working class people in Australia’s first garden city – on crown land, that had been reserved as a water conservation site
In 1913 the Daceyville tram line opened which ran services from Circular Quay via Waterloo. The line closed in 1957.
Applications for a public school were made in 1913 but only an infant’s school was approved, opening in 1914 it became a primary school in 1917