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Wi-Fi Dead Spots In Your Home?

October 8, 2020

Do you have Wi-Fi Dead spots in your home?

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Ever wonder why you’ve got a strong Wi-Fi signal in the Kitchen but when you head up to bed or BBQ in the backyard your signal is weak and sluggish?  There are many factors you should take into account to ensure you and your family have the strongest Wi-Fi throughout your entire home.

First and foremost, you want to establish a centralized location in your home for your router. You want to ensure it’s not stuffed in a closet or behind a door, as that may reduce the signal.

Other factors you need to consider are the speed of your internet package and how many devices you have connected at one time.  Homes are becoming ‘smarter’ with smart thermostats, video monitoring do

or bells, alarm systems, you name it!  These will all have an impact on your Wi-Fi speeds.

Another factor is how your home is built; because your Wi-Fi signal has to overcome barriers and obstacles in your home such as walls, doors, support beams, etc.

Your Internet Speeds matter.

It’s also important to make sure the router you have is strong enough and new enough to handle the volume of Wi-Fi traffic your household has. Quadro is happy to provide our customers with the Calix Wi-Fi Gigacenter.  This router leverages the latest advancements in wi-fi technology and takes your online experience to new heights.

If you’re still finding your Wi-Fi signal is weak in certain hard to reach areas of your home, you may need to add a Wi-Fi extender know as a ‘Mesh’ system. Quadro’s 804Mesh Wi-Fi Extender is a small satellite unit that pairs with the Gigacenter to deliver amazing speeds and coverage for your entire home.

If you’d like more information on how to ensure your home has the best Wi-Fi coverage possible, give our support team a call at 519.229.8933, option 1.

Additional Information:

For more information how to enhance your Internet Experience check out our blog: The Road To Faster Internet Connections.