Computer Repairs North Richmond

If you’re looking for IT managed services or computer repairs in North Richmond, Mobile Geeks can help. Our Geeks come to you whether that be your home or office in North Richmond with no call out fees.

Whether you’re having network issues or slow computer issues, Mobile Geeks can help. Other services we offer include: computer diagnostics, printer setup & configuration, wireless router setups, hardware upgrades, cloud connection, email support, firewall installation and many more computer repairs. Our North Richmond computer technicians not only pride themselves on their computer repair skills but also on their customer service skills. If our Geeks can’t fix your computer and IT problems then you don’t pay as we guarantee our services.

What computer repair and IT services do Mobile Geeks in North Richmond offer?

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks in North Richmond provides include:

 

Can Mobile Geeks computer technicians come to my home or small business in North Richmond?

Mobile Geeks offers onsite expert, guaranteed and outstanding computer repairs, servicing North Richmond 7 days a week. The majority of computer repairs can be done remotely or onsite but at times we may have to take your device back to the office for further servicing. We will take care of all your computer repairs and IT needs so you don’t have to worry. Dial our Geeks now at 1300 883 021 or simply fill in our booking request.

North Richmond Historical Note:

North Richmond is located 67 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is part of the local government area of the City of Hawkesbury. Richmond is a separate town to the south east.

The Darug people inhabited the land here before European settlement. In the early years of settlement the area was known as Enfield, but, as this caused confusion with the Sydney suburb of Enfield the name was changed during the 19th century.

In 1978 Colo High School was established in demountable buildings, until the permanent site was completed in 1980. The schools blue and white colours were chosen by the Uniform Committee, while it was the school’s first deputy principle Mr Sam Weller who suggested using the schools building plans as the school logo. The Maths teacher Mr David Stone drew up the design the logo shape represents the tree of knowledge, and its three sections represent Students, staff and the community.