Computer Repairs Fairfield East

Mobile Geeks is Fairfield East’s computer repairs and managed IT service provider of choice. Our Geeks come to you, offering onsite computer repairs to your office or home in Fairfield East.

Our computer technicians in Fairfield East can help with everything computer repairs related including: hardware drive installation, virus removals, data backups, wireless networking setup, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) setup, computer upgrade advice, internet security and firewall setup and maintenance, email exchange support, remote access setup and many more. We can assist with all of your computer repair needs efficiently, competently and with good attitude. Not only do we look for qualifications in our Fairfield East computer technicians but we also make sure our employees have superior customer service skills.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks deliver on-site expert, secured and professional computer repairs servicing Fairfield East 7 days each week.

Call up 1300 883 021 to talk to our Geeks straight away!

Fairfield East HIstorical Note:

Fairfield East is located 28 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Fairfield and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Fairfield East shares its 2165 postcode with the separate suburbs of Fairfield Heights, Fairfield West and Fairfield

Fairfield East got its name from its neighbour Fairfield, which in turn was named after Captain John Horsley’s family estate in England.  The area was once home to the Dharug Aboriginal people. In the early 19th century the British settlers moved in using the land for farming

The area known as Fairfield East was, in the 1870’s part of two large properties Orchardleigh in the north which extended towards Guildford and Mark Lodge to the south which encompassed Carramar, Villawood and parts of Fairfield.

Orchardleigh was subdivided for housing in 1876 with Mark Lodge also being subdivided in 1885, this opened the countryside up from farming to suburbia