Computer Repairs Mortlake
If you’re looking for computer repairs or IT managed services in Mortlake, Mobile Geeks can help. Mobile Geeks provides mobile computer and laptop repairs to your home or office in Mortlake with no call out fees.
Mobile Geeks have been looking after the computer repair needs in Mortlake for over a decade. Over time, we have delivered a large selection of services to the Inner West area including hardware replacements, business server setups & support, printer troubleshooting, virus removals on computer, laptop & Macbook and email setup for individuals and businesses. Our Mortlake computer troubleshooters will fix your computer or laptop in a timely and efficient manner so you can get along with your day.
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
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home setup
Mobile Geeks offer onsite computer repairs and maintenance to Mortlake 7 days a week.
Dial our Geeks at 1300 883 021 now!
Mortlake Historical Note:
Mortlake is located 17 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is part of the inner west area of Sydney and is in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay
The suburb has been named after Mortlake in London that sits by the banks of the Thames River. The Parramatta river had been known as the *Thames of the Antipodes* and other nearby locations have also been named after townships along the Thames – Putney, Greenwich and Woolwich.
Mortlake was originally called Bottle Point. It sits on the southern bank of the Parramatta River and is home to the last surviving punt service in Sydney – the Mortlake Ferry also known as the Putney Punt.
In 1883 Mortlake was the site for the Australian Gas Light Company (AGL) gas works. When the gas works closed the land was redeveloped into a residential development called Breakfast Point