Whole home networking & Wi-fi designed for Smart Home Automation
Our Lives Are Extremely Reliant On A High Quality Network And Advanced Wi-Fi Systems. Home Automation Systems Require Secure, Enterprise-Grade Hardware. We Consider The Wi-Fi Network To Be The Single Most Important System Inside The Home.
Prepare to upgrade your home to a smart home
Things to keep in mind: Even “non-WiFi” Smart Locks need a solid network connection for controlling them via a smart device. Smart Lighting with a better network connection reduces the delay in the time it takes to send commands from your device to the lighting system. Today’s Audio Video systems depend on the very best quality network signal to send High Fidelity Audio throughout the home. Every smart device in a home automation system needs the best WiFi possible.
Before you design, build or install any product that depends on connectivity, you should first make sure the most important part of your smart home (whole home WiFi) is ready for duty.
Consider the size of Wi-Fi Coverage you need
Browsing slowing to a crawl, the inability to stream, dropped Wi-Fi signals, wireless dead zones—every one of these problems is maddening in a world where getting online has become, for some, as necessary as breathing.
Consider how many Wi-Fi Connected Devices
It's a good idea to get the most out of your existing equipment, but if you are running old hardware you can't expect the best performance.
Smarter Homes of Austin offers Professional whole home wi-fi network Design & installation Services in the greater Austin Texas areas.
At Smarter Homes of Austin, we offer WiFi solutions that are tailor-made to a smart home's needs. Our Experienced Technicians take care of the entire installation, wiring your home inconspicuously so that your décor is not affected in the least.
It’s clear the Internet of Everything is happening, and Wi-Fi is a fundamental enabler. Consumers are coming to understand that the Wi-Fi technology they already know and love is making their lives even better by connecting them to thousands of “Internet Of Things” products.