Consider running networking cabling in your home.
Are you building or renovating? There is no better time than that to take the opportunity to run Ethernet cable throughout your home, especially to your TVs and/or a home office. A few hundred dollars spent now will save you possible headaches down the road. This is something your electrician could easily do for you, or you can even do it yourself. You can have all the Ethernet cables run back to a single location such as an electrical room, garage or wherever your internet service would come into your home. All of these cables could then easily be plugged into a network switch which would be plugged into your internet service provider’s router.
The main reason you would do this is because Wi-Fi signals within your home can be affected by many things. Even though the internet service to your home is perfectly fine, it may not be so great within your home if you are using an old Wi-Fi router or access point to distribute the signal throughout your home. More often than not, the Wi-Fi access point you are using just isn’t big enough or doesn’t have a strong enough signal to cover your whole home. Typically, the larger your home, a more expensive Wi-Fi setup will be required to properly distribute the Wi-Fi signal throughout your home. You could even opt for a whole home wireless mesh system which is designed to blanket your home with wireless coverage.