Each of Mobile Geeks IT consultants are equipped with several years of industry expertise and proper training and their credentials are usually cross examined for their earlier business employers within this city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians and all of Head Office staff members that set up daily activities happen to be Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is the reason why every time you order our computer repair services you won’t be confronted with useless waiting times mainly because a company did not know the specific location of your suburb and its distance to other locations and will not have a need to spend your time on the phone clarifying your details. Additionally, you shall not have to spend your time expecting the Geeks to decide how to find your office or home and how to park the Geek mobile. Each of our people fully grasp their work and also recognize how to reach you by the most efficient manner. We’ll support you with any Computer Repairs needs. Be it wire free network unit installation, mail Server set up , Malware Removal, Firewall program set up, Internet Safety and security or back-up and recovery help, Mobile Geeks will help make IT easy. Our experienced computer repair technicians have taken care of most IT issues before and definately will mend your online link, arrange your home office, remove the virus and get your lost or damaged information efficiently, expertly and, in most situations, with no separating you and your pc.

Werrington Historical Note:

Werrington is located 48 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Penrith, and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

The area was once home to the Gomerrigal-Tongarra Aboriginal people who spoke the Darug language. In 1806 Mary King was the first to receive a land grant in the area, but she didn’t take possession of the property till 1827 after her marriage to Robert Lethbridge. They built a house they named Werrington and until 1865 when Robert died they farmed the lands surrounding their estate. The house is still standing – in Werrington County.

In 1878 the railway station once private and known as Parkes Platform was opened. It was renamed Werrington in 1893. The railway station became the starting point for the township, though its distance from both Parramatta and Sydney meant it never became particularly large. In the 1880’s the Werrington Estate was sold.