As more and more people are working from home, internet connection and download speeds are very important for the home office. An average router can supply a strong enough signal to supply broadband around a smaller type property, such as a three bedroomed house. However this is not always the case as the signal can be affected by many obstructions for example, the framework or structure of the property and the position of the router.
Perhaps you’d like your lounge hard-wired to make the best of your on-demand TV services. Streaming full HD or even 4K TV to one or more televisions around the house can easily exceed your home’s wi-fi signal quality or bandwidth.
Adding a network socket to a bedroom with a wi-fi access point can give the whole storey of your house access to faster, more reliable broadband.
Customers using baby monitors, TV senders, or other radio-frequency equipment which can make it harder to get a good wi-fi signal, can benefit from hardwired network sockets or even extra wi-fi access points to work around problematic signals. Sidebanding from overlapping radio frequencies are not a problem if you are plugged directly into your network.