Dead zones. Wi-Fi black holes.
You’re familiar with them and most homes have them. Places in your home or on your property where you cannot access your Wi-Fi. Your router may be installed in your basement but you have a weak signal, or no signal, on the second floor of your home. You may not have Wi-Fi access in the garage or on your outdoor patio or backyard.

Ever wanted to sit in your backyard and read email, watch a movie, or read a book but couldn’t because the Wi-Fi wouldn’t go that far?

Problem solved with Wi-Fi Mesh Routers. With a Wi-Fi Mesh Router system, multiple routers are placed around the home to provide coverage. You can place one in the basement, on the first floor, on the second floor and in the garage. Now the Wi-Fi system has been expanded to cover all of these areas and keep your devices connected to the internet. Depending on model, one mesh router generally covers 1,000 square feet, but this can change depending on the home.

Make sure you have sufficient Wi-Fi coverage for your mobile devices, Google Nest Cams, Nest Hello Doorbell, digital assistants, computers, video game consoles, televisions, and anything else that needs Wi-Fi connectivity. We would be more than happy to help you choose the Wi-Fi Mesh Router system for your home or office.

Google Wi-Fi

Google Wifi replaces your old router network and works with your modem and ISP to create a mesh network. Increase your home’s Wi-Fi coverage so you can stream, download, and share without missing a beat.