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Computer Repairs Richmond

Geeks2U offers expert home PC repairs to homes and businesses in Richmond. Call us to learn how we can solve your technical issues today! computer repairs don’t have to be a hassle. Let Geeks2U’s Richmond computer technicians be there to handle your every tech concern, regardless of device or brand, right from your home or office. Geeks2U will find a solution to your problem guaranteed or you don’t pay. That’s our 100% money-back guarantee.

 

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Your computer tech support professionals are well versed in laptop repairs for PCs, Macs, and even iPhones. Moreover, the Richmond computer repair technicians have practical experience working with major brands including Samsung, Apple, Acer, and Dell. Geeks2U computer maintenance goes beyond PC repairs, with new device setup, internet connectivity, or email setup among the wide range of home computer services that we provide in Richmond. Geeks2U Richmond IT support pros are your neighbours. That means they are on time, local and familiar with the Richmond area so you never have to wait for an appointment.

Geeks2U is the number one choice for mobile computer repairs in Australia. We are also proudly Aussie owned and operated, having serviced areas like Richmond for over a decade. So why suffer with internet connectivity issues, Geeks2U’s skilled computer specialists are on call in Richmond for all your home computer repairs needs. the Geeks are at your service! Call 1300 769 448 to schedule an appointment with a Richmond computer fixer today.

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What Our Customers Say

Very professional - both Lewis and Michael. Good explanation of problems and solutions. Michael was...

Kerry G
Richmond, NSW on 10-07-2020 at 6:50:37 pm

That all was fixed and up and running within the hour and that he was very nice to deal with. I...

Louise D
Richmond, NSW on 20-03-2020 at 2:54:08 pm

Professional, prompt service, good knowledge of my tech problem, explained every procedure along...

Lynley M
Richmond, NSW on 15-07-2019 at 3:31:58 pm

Great service all round, Mitch arrived before time which was great, Definitely recommend

Vie A
Richmond, NSW on 21-02-2019 at 11:37:46 am

Know what they are doing, and involve you in the process of understanding what is happening

Antony B
Richmond, NSW on 10-05-2018 at 3:49:00 pm

Geeks2U is a professional, friendly and accommodating service. I would definitely use you again.

Sarah K
Richmond, NSW on 04-02-2018 at 9:34:15 pm

Extremely helpful. Very courteous and patient technician.

Joan H
Richmond, NSW on 10-10-2014 at 4:17:38 pm

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