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Denver has no lack of vintage architecture, as evidenced by the classic homes that line the streets around Washington Park. Still, it's no secret that the modern design trend skews more contemporary in newer residences. Colorado "mountain modern" tends to incorporate large amounts of steel, stone, and glass. While these add elegance to the home's style and appearance, they can also create significant barriers to standard home Wi-Fi connectivity. 

With the high connectivity demands in today’s homes, how do we ensure that families stay online? Let’s explore the challenges and solutions. 

Get Enterprise-Grade Wi-Fi Network Performance in Your Home

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Today’s Modern Homes Require a Higher Level of Network

It's no secret that homes have more and more connected devices every year. Consider all the smartphones, computers, scanners, and tablets you may use in your home for school and work. Then think about other devices like smart speakers, thermostat, and connected appliances. It's clear that home Wi-Fi networks are being pushed to their limits.

But the strains on home networks go beyond the number of devices. Video in functions like Zoom conferencing, remote classes, and 4K streaming on Netflix and Youtube requires large amounts of bandwidth. If your family uses many of these things simultaneously, you need a network that can keep up. 

The solution for busy, sophisticated smart homes in Denver, CO, lies in a higher-grade network solution, unlike the consumer solutions you get from your internet provider or Amazon and big-box stores. Read on to learn more about improving your home network with commercial-grade solutions. 

Enjoy Your Smart Home to the Fullest with the Newest Home Wi-Fi

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Ensure Corner-to-Corner Connectivity All Day, Every Day

Smart homes offer an incredibly luxurious lifestyle. Thanks to today’s technology, you can enjoy high-resolution audio and 4K ultra high-definition video throughout your home and expansive outdoor areas, as well as stream lossless music with the touch of a button. In an instant, your 4K video surveillance feed pops up on the TV so you can see who’s at the door. 

Your smart home is an ecosystem of connected devices that communicate with your home automation platform and with each other. This communication allows the shades to rise with the first light, your lights to dim in response to natural sunlight, and your climate to adjust. 

And as the number of connected devices grows, so does the need for a robust home Wi-Fi that can keep your smart home in Denver, CO, running smoothly and reliably. At Aurum, our team is made up of home automation experts that turn large estates into smart homes. We know the enterprise-grade network these homes require to ensure corner-to-corner coverage all day, every day. 

Our home network solutions are designed to keep your home connected now and long into the future as your technology expands and your needs change. Let’s explore the signs that suggest it’s time for an upgrade.

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