Computer Repairs Denistone

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repair company servicing Denistone. Our Geeks come to you, offering you onsite computer repairs and IT managed services to your office or home in Denistone.

If you want to setup remote desktop connection or you need a virus removed from your computer, laptop or Mac, it’s time to get Mobile Geeks on the phone. Our IT Geeks can assist with data retrievals, RAM upgrades, computer upgrade advice, internet security setup, data backups, virus removals, Office 365 setup and management, computer networking support and many other computer repairs and IT services. Our qualified Denistone computer repairers provide friendly, professional and efficient service so you know you are in safe hands. With over 10 years in the industry, we have provided computer repairs to Denistone, assisting many individuals and businesses.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks provide onsite professional, guaranteed and friendly computer repairs, servicing Denistone seven days a week.

Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks now!

Denistone Historical Note:

Denistone is located 16 kilometers North West of the Sydney central business district, this northern suburb is in the local government area of the City of Ryde. Denistone East and Denistone West are separate suburbs.

Denistone has been named after the name of a home built in the area called Dennistone

An aboriginal tribe – the Wallamedegal lived in the area between the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers, which was known as Walumetta. A free settler Gregory Blaxland purchased the 450 acre Brush Farm estate in 1806 shortly after his arrival in the colony. In 1829 he transferred Brush Farm estate to his eldest daughter Elizabeth and her husband Dr Thomas Forster. Dennistone was named after Forster’s home, it burnt down in 1855. Richard Rouse Terry acquired the land in 1872 where he rebuilt Denistone House – it now stands within the grounds of Ryde Hospital. The Hermitage is another historic house built in 1842 by Gregory Blaxland’s son John