Each of Mobile Geeks IT professionals have years of industry knowledge as well as education and their credentials are cross verified using ex- employers within this town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians as well as all of the Head Office employees that coordinate everyday assignments actually are Sydneysiders and know this city by heart. This is why when you select our computer repair services you’ll not have to be come across unwanted waiting around times because a person was not sure the precise neighborhood of your suburb as well as its distance to some other points and won’t be compelled to spend time on the business phone clarifying your location. What’s more, you’ll not have to waste your valuable time watching for the Geeks to work out where to find your office or home and the best places to park the Geek mobile. All the people fully understand their assignments plus they realize how to find you using the best manner. We can easily support you with any kind of Computer Repairs needs. Whether it’s wireless network unit installation, e mail Server install , Malware Removal, Firewall installation, Internet Safety measures or back-up and recovery service, Mobile Geeks will help IT easy. All of our well trained computer repair technicians have addressed more or less all IT challenges before and they will take care of your online link, organize your home office, remove the virus and locate your destroyed data swiftly, professionally and, in most situations, without separating you and your computer.

Rooty Hill Historical Note:

Rooty Hill is located 42 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Blacktown and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Rooty Hill was named after a hill on Norfolk Island. Governor Philip Gidley King had been in charge of the first settlement there in 1788. He noted that when trying to build his Government House it had been hard to dig the soil due to the amount of tree roots under the surface, hence the name – Rooty Hill. When returning to New South Wales in 1802 while building the headquarters for his government reserve at the foot of a hill, it reminded him of Norfolk Island.  In 1803 the name Rooty Hill first appeared on a map.

Some of the commercial areas include – Rooty Hill RSL Club which has been marketed as the *Vegas of the West*. There is a Novotel Hotel next to the RSL