Each of Mobile Geeks IT techs come with many years of industry knowledge and proper training and their credentials are usually cross checked with regards to their prior bosses in our city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with pretty much all Head Office employees that coordinate weekly tasks actually are Sydneysiders and know this city by heart. This means whenever you request our computer repair services you shall not have to be put through avoidable waiting times mainly because an employee was not sure the specific address of Petersham and its proximity to some other areas and will not be obliged to waste time on the telephone clarifying your details. On top of that, you simply won’t need to lose your time waiting around for the Geeks to clear up where to find your workplace or residence and best places to park their Geek mobile. The guys know their jobs and recognize how to find you using the most efficient manner. We will help you with any kind of Computer Repairs needs. Be it cord-less network unit installation, electronic mail Web server install , Computer virus Removals, Firewall program fitting, Internet Home security or back-up and recovery help, Mobile Geeks really make IT easy. All of our expert computer repair technicians have worked on nearly all IT challenges before and can restore your internet link, put in your home office, eliminate the virus and find your lost or damaged information quickly, expertly and, in many cases, with no separating you and your pc.
Petersham Historical Note:
Petersham is located 6 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Marrickville Council and is part of the inner western suburbs of Sydney.
In 1793 Lieutenant Governor Major Francis Grose sent workmen into this area to clear the land and plant crops – corn and wheat. He called the area Peters-Ham or Petersham after his hometown in Surrey, England. Petersham remained an agricultural area winning awards for the best stock and crops of the colony in 1803. Kangaroo hunting was a popular past time in the area.
In 1855 the train line from Sydney to Parramatta opened, with a train stopping here from 1857. In 1863 a railway platform was finally built. The Petersham post office opened in 1870 and in 1878 the first public school opened.
In 1945 a Mosquito HR576 RAF plane disintegrated over Leichardt and Petersham during a test flight no one on the ground was seriously injured.