Computer Repairs Engadine

Mobile Geeks is one of Engadine’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 in Engadine.

If you need an audit on your business IT set up or you’re having internet connection issues, Mobile Geeks can help. Our Engadine computer technicians can assist with connecting new computers and laptops to the business network, troubleshooting network/router issues, upgrading anti-virus software, hardware upgrades, Office 365 management, software installation and maintenance, business IT support, email setup and many more computer and IT services. Our Geeks in Engadine 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:

 

Mobile Geeks provide on-site professional, efficient and friendly computer repairs, servicing the Engadine and surrounding areas seven days a week.

Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks now!

Engadine Historical Note:

Engadine is located 33 kilometres from the Sydney central business district and is under the local area government of the Sutherland Shire.

In 1879 the area was reserved as a national park but the following year Charles McAlister was able to purchase land here which became known as McAlister’s Estate. After returning from a holiday in Switzerland the family renamed their estate *Engadine* after the Engadin Valley. The wildflowers and the valley here reminded them of the valleys and hills in Engadin.

Originally opened for grazing land, the area soon became a popular day trip and camping spot from the inner suburbs. It remained relatively isolated till the railway station was built in 1920. Many ex-soldiers settled here after World War One with many Streets in the area reflecting the military past – Anzac, Vilers Brett, and Amiens.  The Post Office opened in 1927 followed by the school in 1932. In the 1960’s the land was opened up for private housing