Every one of the Mobile Geeks IT experts have got a lot of industry practical experience as well as education and their qualifications are typically cross verified to their past recruiters from this city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with just about all Hq staff members that program daily placements are actually Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is why whenever you request our computer repair services you shall not need to be subjected to unwanted waiting times mainly because an employee didn’t know the exact location of Oatlands and proximity to other locations; and will not have a need to spend your time on the mobile making clear your home address. Also, you shall not have to lose your valuable time watching for the Geeks to clear up how to find your workplace or family home and where to park their car. The lads understand their tasks and they understand how to find you in the best manner.
We will support you with any sort of Computer Repairs needs. Whether it’s cordless network fitting, electronic mail Server set up , Pc virus Extraction, Firewall software set up, Internet Safeguards or back-up and recovery service, Mobile Geeks make IT easy. Our knowledgeable computer repair technicians have taken care of all the IT challenges before and will definitely sort out your internet connection, set-up your home office, eliminate the virus and get your lost data very quickly, expertly and, generally, without separating you and your computer
Oatlands Historical Note:
Oatlands is located 23 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of both the City of Parramatta and The Hills Shire. Oatlands is part of the Greater Western Sydney area.
Oatlands has been named after Oatlands House which was one of the earliest homes in the Parramatta area. It was built by Percy Simpson in the 1830’s. The house seems to have been named after Oatlands Park in England, which was close to the lands of Lord Dundas – neighbouring suburb Dundas has been named after him. Oatlands House is still standing and these days is used as a function centre.
In 1991 Oatlands was finally named as a suburb, prior to this the area had been known as West Dundas. In 1931 Oatlands golf course was opened, the area was previously used for sheep farming.
Oatlands neighbouring suburbs include North Rocks, North Parramatta, Carlingford, Rydalmere, Telopea and Dundas