WiFi Signal Booster
Google WiFiGoogle WiFi is great for two reasons: it’s simple to manage and is surprisingly powerful for such a small device. This technology is great at WiFi signal boosting because it completely abandons the old idea of having one strong router in your house with multiple satellite boosters. Instead, it uses a crazily smart idea known as “mesh networking”. Think of it as a swarm approach to home networking, where each device works both as a central router and a WiFi signal booster. The result is that you can “paint” your home in a perfectly synched and uninterrupted flow of data. If you need help configuring Google WiFi around your home, we’d be delighted to do a setup and installation for you. We’ll make sure the app works as it should, and we’ll show you how to hook-up new devices if you ever decide to extend your network further.
Eero Home WiFi SystemThe Eero Home WiFi System is a little different. Sure, it still operates around mesh technology and does a galluptious job at getting smokin’ fast signal out to every corner of your home. However, the Eero Home WiFi System sticks with the idea of central signal hubs supported by smaller WiFi signal boosters. With this system, you might choose one or two places to set up standard Eero routers, but then you’d use the Eero Beacon, (a tiny signal booster you can plug into any outlet) to push that signal out further.
Which Wifi Signal Booster Should You Get?They’re both great pieces of tech for WiFi signal boosting. Which one you decide on will depend a lot on how your home is configured and your specific data needs. As always, we’re delighted to offer advice on the best products for you. We’re also highly experienced in the setup and installation of WiFi boosting technology. If you’d like our help you can always call us at 1-800-919-6373 or fill out our contact form.
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Questions nerds often hear about WiFi Signal Booster
I just can’t get WiFi to work in my home. Should I just get network cable installed?
A few years ago, the answer would probably have been yes. These days though mesh technology can work wonders in houses with lots of connection black spots. While cable is still necessary in some cases, this can usually be avoided.
Will I need to get permission to do this with my Internet Service Provider?
No, this isn’t necessary. All the equipment we install will work with (and improve) your connection.
They both look good. Which one should I get?
Both these technologies are fantastic. Which one we recommend will depend on your existing network configuration and your needs. As part of our installation service, we can talk you through the options and arrive at the best choice for you.