All the Mobile Geeks IT techs come with years of industry practical experience as well as training courses and their references are cross verified in relation to their earlier recruiters in this city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians as well as all of Head Office staff members that schedule working day duties actually are Sydneysiders and know this city by heart. This ensures that if you request our computer repair services you won’t have to be subjected to unneeded waiting around times simply because a company didn’t know the precise position of Orchard hills as well as proximity to other locations and won’t have a need to spend some time on the phone clarifying your details. What is more, you simply will not have to use up your your time waiting for your Geeks to determine how to find your office or house and where they should park their Geek mobile. All the lads fully understand their tasks and also know how to find you in a best manner. We’re able to aid you with any Computer Repairs needs. Whether cord-less network set up, mail Server set up , Computer virus Extraction, Firewall program fitting, Internet Security or back-up and recovery help, Mobile Geeks will always make IT easy. Our experienced computer repair technicians have dealt with the majority of IT issues before and definately will fix your online connection, install your home office, eliminate the virus and find your vanished information efficiently, expertly and, and often, without separating you and your laptop or computer.
Orchard Hills Historical Note:
Orchard Hills is located 56 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Penrith and it is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Orchard Hills gets its name from the local area where at the turn of the century the areas undulating hills were covered in orchards and vineyards.
In 1806 Mary Putland named her 600 acre property Frogmore, while the adjoining estate was called York estate and was named by the York family. In the 1880’s when the lands were subdivided a village developed, known as Frogmore, York and Mount Hope the area had no set name.
In 1904 the Mount Hope Methodist Church was built and in 1910 the York Estate Public School
In 1910 a public meeting was held and the name Orchard Hills was chosen.
Suburbs around Orchard Hills include South Penrith, Kingswood, St Marys. Glenmore Park, Mulgoa, Luddenham, St Clair and Erskine Park.