Identical to motor vehicles, computer systems definitely are a element of daily living so when they work like expected to, many of us consider it for granted… Yet, just as cars, laptops or computers can certainly malfunction when you least expect and whilst you can least afford for that to happen.
Each of our computer technicians take great pride in themselves on his or her specialized field practical knowledge, abilities as well as power to deal with it any individual computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to solve general computer difficulties or even those wonderful hairy ones which happen once in five-years and have a lot of people scratching their heads. And so, in case you have a difficulty, it will be most likely we have come across it many times in the past, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to supply your computer service and maintenance needs making the problems disappear for good.
Leppington Historical Note:
Leppington is located 55 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of both the City of Liverpool and Camden Council.
Originally home to the Darug people, Leppington was named after a property granted to William Cordeaux in 1821 – Leppington Park. Cordeaux had used convict labour to work in his fields and to build his two story mansion. In the 1940’s the house burnt down, but, some of the bricks from the house we re-used in the building of Leppington Public School.
The first land grant in the area in 1810 was to Alexander Riley who named his property – Raby. The land was subdivided in 1914 and a school built in 1923 was called Raby Public School. However in 1955 the name of the school was changed to Leppington Public School, which may have been inspired by the bricks used from William Cordeaux’s mansion. The area has been known as Leppington since