Chermside West, QLD 4032

Super I.T. Solutions

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Chermside West, QLD 4032 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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I was very happy with the service

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I had tried another computer technician but wasn't satisfied with him . I was very happy with the service I recieved from you and would be happy to use you again.
- Denise Strickfuss

Excellent service

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Excellent service. I can't say enough great things about Andrew. He explained to me what the problem was, how to prevent it, and gave me information I never knew about to make the computer more useful and all this in language I could understand. First time ever that happened. I will be a repeat customer.
- Margeret M

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We were extremely happy with the speed and quality of the service, as always. It was a pleasure to have Cameron here, and his assistance easily met our expectations.
- Jan E

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Computer Repairs Chermside West, QLD 4032

Chermside West is a suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is located approximately 10 km north of the Brisbane CBD. It is located within the Brisbane City Council local government area. Craigslea is a former name for parts of Chermside West. In 1864, Edgar Huxtable surveyed the site of the future Chermside area. These surveys marked the final takeover from the Aboriginal owners by establishing legal title to the land. From then on, specific sections of land with specific boundaries belonged to specific persons who bought them from the Colonial government, replacing the Aboriginal system through which the clan or tribe had a right of occupancy of a section of land. The Aboriginal belonged to the land but, under the European system, the land belonged to the new owners. By the early 1950s, the character of West Chermside was beginning to change. The small farm sector was fading, as economies of scale began to drive industries like dairying and poultry farming towards larger production requiring bigger land holdings. West Chermside was gazetted in 1975. Other suburbs around Chermside West include Bridgeman Downs, Aspley, Chermside, Kedron, Stafford, Everton Park, and McDowall.


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