In this on-the-go society, wireless is the talk of the town. Everyone wants to be connected everywhere, all the time.
But wireless isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. How many times have you tried to connect in a public place, only to find that the wireless environment is so dense that you either have to wait a long time to connect, or worse yet, you can’t connect at all. You can’t do much about that when you’re out, but when you’re at home, wires are the way to go.
Take a look at a home we worked on in Brooklyn. The owner was gutting the entire house, so rather than trying to go wireless, we advised him to wire everything. He pc群took our advice, and we put pick-ups on each floor of the home. So now everything in his home—audio, video, speakers, shades, lighting control, technology, cameras, door locks, cell phone booster—are wired somewhere in the home. All of these items run faster in his home because they are connected to verifiable wires. No matter where he is in the home, he is close to wires, making all his technology run speedily.
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