WiFi Site Survey – Wireless Planning, Heatmaps & More
Performing Expert Wireless Surveys For Over 20 Years
Does your business need a reliable WiFi network that’s Ultra-Fast, provides full premises coverage and allows you to connect as many devices as you like?
Our WiFi surveys ensure you get a WiFi solution that is specifically tailored to your business’s needs and guarantees you get everything you need from your WiFi network without paying for anything you don’t.
Our Wireless Network Survey Team
We send our engineers out to your premises to perform a full WiFi site survey. This allows our team to figure out your unique requirements, and gives us a clear indication of how we can best serve your business.
We take into account a variety of important factors that will directly affect your quality of WiFi. These include:
- Your Existing Infrastructure
We test your existing infrastructure for suitability and scalability.
- Your Capacity Requirements
We calculate exactly what is required to deliver WiFi to as many devices as you require. This ensures you never have issues connecting to your network.
- Your Premises Size
We measure your premises to ensure we deliver full WiFi coverage. This ensures you’ll be able to connect to your network from wherever you like.
- Your Priority Applications
We design your WiFi systems to prioritise the applications that are most important to the running of your business.
- Sources Of Interference
Our engineers will test for any potential sources of interference that may affect your WiFi’s performance. These include: PIR sensors, Bluetooth, microwaves and many others.
This gives us all the information we need to design a reliable, Ultra-Fast WiFi network for your business.
Book a WiFi Site Survey Today
Your WiFi survey is crucial to the success of your business’s WiFi installation. If you want to make sure you use a company that gets it right the first time, give our expert team a call today on 03331 500 140. We have over 20 years experience in the connectivity industry and are more than happy to help with any questions or queries you may have. You can also click the button below to request a free call back from our team.
WiFi Survey FAQs
A Wi-Fi site survey involves thoroughly examining your premises to plan and design a Wi-Fi network that will give your business full coverage, adequate capacity, roaming capability and the option to scale as your business grows. Our expert team will identify the best locations to install access points based on the data we get back from our industry-leading heap mapping software, and also define the exact performance you need from your network to ensure you’re never held back, or paying more than you should.
WiFi site surveys allow us to create a plan of action based on your premises’ network data. This guarantees your Wi-Fi gets installed right the first time and avoids costly errors such as: Wi-Fi dead zones, using the wrong equipment, missing potential sources of network interference that could be completely avoided or making an oversight on your performance requirements.
The price of a site survey can range from as little as just £500 to £7,500 depending on a variety of different factors. The main influencing factor in your survey’s cost is the size of your premises, as it takes longer to perform a survey on a large site than it does on a small site. You can find out exactly how much a Wi-Fi survey would cost for your business by getting a free no obligation quote from our team. Simply click on the button below and enter your details and we will give you a call back shortly.
An active Wi-Fi survey includes connecting applications to your access points to measure and record your network’s performance. This allows us to assess a variety of performance indicators, including: your upload/download speeds, throughput, RRT, packet loss and more. We combine this with a passive Wi-Fi survey to get a full picture of your network’s requirements.
A passive Wi-Fi survey is performed by scanning your Wi-Fi network while not connected to measure your: coverage, signal strength, signal-to-noise ratio and more. This will also allow us to identify any potential sources of interference that may be effecting your network.
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