You might need a nerd if…

  • You’d like a better WiFi connection but don’t know how to make it happen
  • You’re trying to find a way to work more smoothly across multiple electronic devices 
  • You’ve tried home networking troubleshooting yourself, but you can’t figure out what’s going wrong with your internet connection
  • You’ve heard about home networking, and you just want more information about what a good home networking setup can do for you
  • You live or work in Fresno, and you’re searching for a home networking technician who can come to your home or business

Fresno Home Networking Service: Home networking the nerd-savvy way

Home networking surrounds us. It binds our homes together with a seamless flow of instant information. But unlike The Force, there’s nothing particularly magical about home networking. All it takes is for one piece of hardware or software to fail, and that amazing connectivity you take for granted can vanish. 

If that happens to you, don’t despair! Our Fresno-based team of home networking Jedi can come to your home to get your devices back online. Give us a call at 1-800-919-6373 to schedule our quick, reliable, and hassle-free home networking troubleshooting service. 

Here are some of the services we offer.

Home network configuration

We’ll come to you, perform a diagnostic across all your internet-enabled devices and optimize their connections to the Internet. Got problems getting WiFi in some corners of your home? We’ll give you smart home networking advice on how to fix it.

WiFi network troubleshooting and setup

WiFi is a reliable communication protocol, but problems can still happen. Interference, poorly configured hardware, and even the location of the router in your home can adversely affect your whole home networking configuration. We’ll ensure your WiFi is fast, well-distributed and rock solid reliable. 

Access from (almost) anywhere

Our home networking service isn’t just about fixing stuff. OK it’s mainly about fixing stuff, but we can also set you up with some convenience-boosting upgrades, like equipping your smart devices to share data anywhere in your house. Share files between your computers, stream media from your iPad to your TV, configure your printer to be accessible from a smartphone. We make that good stuff happen.

Got too many remotes? Let’s fix that too

Take a gander at your coffee table. How many remotes are you packing? Six? Twelve?? Eighteen??? (Come on now, no one has eighteen remotes.) However many it is, what if we told you we could get that number down to one? Home networking these days can be made so much easier with smart universal remotes that can be programmed to work with devices across your whole home. Get your coffee table back!

My printer hates me!

It is true. Printers are the Oscar the Grouch of the electronics peripherals world. They have this tendency to be uncooperative at the worst possible times. If you’re getting intermittent connectivity problems, however, the solution is more often to do with your home networking configuration than the device itself. We can perform a network troubleshooting diagnostic to see if any network issues are getting between you and that recipe you desperately need to print out. 

All your home networking wishes granted by a local Fresno company

If you’re fed up with home networking limitations, talk to Fresno Nerds On Call. We’re local. We’re mobile. We’re experienced. And we’re as keen as Hot English Mustard. And that is extremely keen. 

We can come straight to your door to perform a complete home networking upgrade to your internet-connected devices. If it needs fixing, optimizing, reconfiguring or upgrading, we have the “ing” to make your home networking wish come true. 

All you need to do is give us a call at 1-800-919-6373 to schedule a comprehensive home networking troubleshooting service. We can be at your door in no time — often in under 24 hours. We charge a flat rate and also offer free estimates before we begin work. 

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Questions nerds often hear about Fresno Home Networking

Is home networking expensive?

Nope! The price will depend a little on your home setup and what you’d like us to do, but we charge a flat rate for house visits, and we’re fast and efficient at what we do.

Will you teach me to manage my own WiFi network better?

Yup! As part of our home networking service, we can sit down and give you simple, non-technical advice on how to keep your WiFi network running smoothly.

I’m having WiFi problems. Do I have to run cable run through my house?

Nope! Sometimes it can help, but there are plenty of less expensive solutions we can try first (such as a distributed mesh network) before we have to resort to laying down new ethernet runs. 

Is remote access safe?

Yup! Remotely accessing your files via a cloud service is perfectly safe if configured correctly. We can help with that!

My service provider gave me a free modem when I signed up. Do I need a better one?

Nope! Not for the most part. 

Most of the time, and for the great majority of users, the standard modem you get when you sign up with an internet provider is perfectly sufficient. When might you consider a fancier model? If you game a lot, a higher specced modem can definitely make a big difference. If there are a lot of people in your home who use streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, a more expensive modem/router combo can help there too. 

If you’re unsure, just give us a call at 1-800-919-6373. We’ll be happy to talk through your equipment and look at the potential advantages of upgrading. 

Are you deliberately making these answers follow a yes, no pattern?


Well can you stop it, please?

Nope! Oh, ok, ok. We can see how that was getting a bit monotonous. 

Does a tech need to come to my home to solve every home networking problem?

Nope! (See, we broke the pattern for you.) Nerds On Call offers a comprehensive online remote computer repair service. Easy.

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Common Terms

Ethernet Cable

An Ethernet cable is a cable that uses copper wires to transmit data between devices.


A router is a device that connects multiple wired or wireless devices in a home or office to the internet.


A modem converts digital data from a computer into analog signals that can be transmitted over a phone or cable line, and vice versa.