Wi-Fi and Internet

Maslow would probably have included Wi-Fi within his 'Hierarchy of Needs' if he were around today.

Our networks are engineered to provide fast, reliable and secure Wi-Fi in every corner of your home, whilst building a solid foundation for our integrated systems to operate on.



We often get asked if cables are necessary in the age of 'wireless everything'.

The truth is - cables are more necessary than ever. Wi-Fi is too high frequency to be able to travel through walls effectively, so to have great Wi-Fi throughout your home you need several transmitters wired back to a central point. This is exactly how Wi-Fi is provided in hotels and offices... we use the same strategy for our client's homes.

All Homeplay systems use high quality, qualified CAT6 and fibre optic cables and patch panels throughout, for an infrastructure that works today and tomorrow.



The average home in 2018 has more 'connected devices' per square foot than a typical office. Many of the homes we look after have literally hundreds of connected devices and the router provided by your ISP simply isn't up to the job.

All Homeplay systems use enterprise grade networking products to give you the best possible performance - equipment that's capable of talking to hundreds of devices at the same time without slowing down or locking up.  



Networking isn't just about cables and equipment. 

A well configured network should be properly designed, organised and documented and kept up to date with the latest security patches. 

All of our systems include state of the art remote diagnostic capabilities and features like remote reboot to minimise the need for on-site service.

Like every element of a Homeplay system, our networks are backed by our industry leading Aftercare service.