Computer Repairs Old Guildford

Mobile Geeks offer mobile computer repairs and managed IT services to residents and businesses in Old Guildford. Our computer repair technicians travel straight to your home or office in Old Guildford with no call out fees.

Each of our IT Geeks understand how to fix your computer and IT issues and as they are Sydneysiders, they know how to reach you quickly. We can easily support any sort of Computer Repairs needs. Whether you need help with removing a computer virus, installing anti-virus software, resolving Outlook sending issues, installing NBN, installing hardware, retrieving lost data or transferring data from one computer to another device, Mobile Geeks can make IT easy. Each of our well trained computer repair technicians have dealt with virtually all IT issues before and have been servicing the Old Guildford and Greater Western Sydney region.

What computer repair services do Old Guildford Mobile Geeks offer?

Computer repairs and IT managed services our Old Guildford Mobile Geeks offer includes:

 

Where can I find a computer repair technician in Old Guildford?

If you need a computer repair technician in Old Guildford, contact Mobile Geeks on 1300 883 021 to book one of our Geeks into your home or business. We provide on-site computer repairs straight to your place with no call out fees so you don’t have to worry about travelling and carrying your device around.

Old Guildford Historical Note:

Old Guildford is located 24 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is the local government area of Fairfield, and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Both Guildford and Old Guildford were named after the Earl of Guildford.

The Dharug Aboriginal people once lived in the area we now call Woodville Ward, while the Bidjigal clan lived in the area we now call Guildford.

Having ties with the Earl of Guildford, in 1837 Lieutenant Samuel North named his property Guildford. In 1843 when the property sold the name was changed to Orchardleigh. The Guildford name stuck for the small settlement that had developed in the area around Woodville Road. In 1869 a school had opened, and in 1880 a church

In 1876 a railway station was built further from the settlement, a new township developed which was given the name Guildford being much larger than the original settlement the former settlement became known as Old Guildford.