Residential Cell Boosters
The same materials that allow us to build better, more energy-efficient homes also keep cell phone signals from getting through. You don’t have to live with a weak signal. Our residential solutions boost and amplify signals so your mobile devices work as intended.
We offer top technology solutions to reach even remote cell phone towers.
Easy to Use
We offer easy to install, easy to use solutions to keep you connected.
Our solutions come in a range of prices and capabilities so there’s one for every home.
Improve Cell Reception In Your Home
What Causes a Poor Cell Phone Signal
When homeowners experience a weak signal or dead spots, it’s usually easy to identify the culprit. Most of the time they’re either too far away from the cell tower or something is getting in the way.
The farther your home is from the cell tower, the weaker the signal will be, causing dropped calls and frustratingly slow data speeds. Anything that gets in the way, from tall buildings to steep inclines to trees can block data transmission. Energy-efficient windows and insulation and concrete or metal surfaces all have a detrimental effect.
How Signal Boosters Work
When the cell tower sends or receives signals, an antenna mounted outside your home captures it, amplifies it, and brings it inside. Your mobile devices receive that strong signal in real-time. The same thing happens in reverse when you send communications or transmit data out. There’s no more running outside or propping your phone in a window while you wait for texts to send or files to download.
- Increase coverage
- Improve download speeds
- Be prepared in emergencies
- Eliminate dropped calls
- Ensure clear communication
- Extend battery life
- Enable seamless browsing
We’ve answered some of the most common questions about residential communications solutions here, but if you don’t see your question, just ask and we’ll be in touch.
Why won’t my phone make a call inside my home?
It could be due to a number of reasons. Try restarting your phone first. You may also have a poor signal, the tower could be overloaded, or there may be something blocking the cell from going through.
Why do some phones work better in my home than others?
Some phones have better designs and have a stronger emphasis on connectivity. Also, signal strength may vary depending on your carrier. Your neighbor who has Verizon might get a better signal than you do with AT&T, and someone else with a different carrier might receive no signal at all. The way you hold your phone can also have an impact, since sometimes people unknowingly cover their phone’s antenna. Cell phone boosters overcome design and carrier issues and improve signal for everyone.
Does my home’s square footage matter when choosing a signal booster?
It’s important to choose the right type of signal amplifier based on your home size. We can help you evaluate which solution is right for you.
Do cell phone boosters really work?
Yes. If you can get even a weak signal, we can supply a product that amplifies it significantly.
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