WiFi and Network Solutions For Business & Home

Every home and business needs WiFi, but some still struggle to get a proper signal in every room. A single router typically cannot provide the proper coverage since WiFi signals do not travel well through walls. We can help setup multiple access points for your home and business using only the highest rated equipment. Our staff will customize the right solution for your property to maximize your coverage.


Business-Grade Access Points

There’s a big disparity between the cost of consumer access points (AP) with business-centric models from leading brands such as Aruba, Cisco and Ruckus Wireless. Confused by what may appear to be similar specifications, small businesses may opt for cheaper consumer-grade Wi-Fi APs that are, in fact, inadequate for the task at hand.


Are You Experiencing Dropped Calls Inside Your Home?

The frustration of call dropping inside the home can be reduced with the proper equipment. We offer professional installation of cell signal boosters for your home or business. These will lead to better coverage to increase your communication and ability to use your phone the way it was intended. We install only commercial quality cell phone signal boosters.

What A Signal Booster Can and Can’t Do

A signal booster takes a weak cell signal (3G and/or 4G LTE), amplifies it multiple times up to 32X, and then rebroadcasts the boosted signal to an area in need inside your home or car. They are compatible with all cell phone service providers and work on any phone that uses 2G, 3G, and 4G signals.


While signal boosters are capable of boosting 3G & 4G signals for cell phone companies, it cannot boost landline broadband Wi-Fi Internet from cable and satellite providers (e.g. AT&T; U-verse, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, etc.). That product is usually called a Wi-Fi booster, wireless repeater, or range extender.


Cellular speeds of today have greatly improved to match or surpass that of landline Internet. Both are capable of streaming high-speed Internet, therefore, the term ‘Wi-Fi’ is almost synonymous with both technologies.