Don’t spend another minute yelling at your computer. Expand your WiFi and get a solid network so it works when you need it.
Choose the WiFi network that works for you, whether it’s a simple plug and play system or solid hard wired system that won’t disappoint.
WHY DO THIS?
You’re working from home, the kids have Zoom calls with their teachers, music is streaming in the background, your surveillance cameras are recording, and when you’re not there, the doors are locked and lights are off. But how?
Without a solid network, all of the technology in your home, even just the basics, will give you a headache. With a robust network that is hard wired into your system, you won’t even know how connected you are until months later, you realize that you haven’t dropped your connection yet.
9 out of 10 times, we find routers in a basement or in a closet far away from most of the regularly used devices in the house. Signals have to travel further, through brick walls, and other obstacles just to get you connected. Relocating your router to a more central location will help improve your signal but may not be an ultimate solution.
DO YOU HAVE A PLUG AND PLAY SYSTEM CURRENTLY?
Many do it yourself systems are equipped for smaller spaces. If you have a larger home, several devices, and simply require more from your system these plug in systems may not be the answer. How do you know if it’s a plug and play? These devices plug directly into a power outlet, sometimes in several rooms in your home.
DO YOU NEED WI-FI CALLING?
Wi-Fi calling allows you to talk and text in an area that has little or no cellular coverage over an active Wi-Fi connection. While Wi-Fi calling has it’s advantages such as providing a more reliable connection at home, there are also some disadvantages. Let us help educate you on how to get the best out of Wi-Fi calling for your home.
HOW LARGE IS YOUR HOME?
The size of your home can directly impact your Wi-Fi signal and speed. When your Wi-Fi router is placed too far from your devices, they struggle to connect, especially if your router’s signal does not reach far enough to cover your whole home. In this case, you may not be getting enough coverage from one router. If you are struggling with spotty or slow Wi-Fi, we can help provide solutions that’ll keep your Wi-Fi in check.