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Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation Service: Wilson Amplifiers Provides-Nationwide Installs

on 21st Aug 2017

No Project is Too Big for the Best

Wilson Amplifiers is now providing nationwide signal booster installations for commercial buildings.

From a thorough floor plan analysis to custom systems designs to turnkey installation, our calling in life to improve your cellular signal now includes hands-on expertise as well as in-depth industry knowledge.

Our Install Pro Team consists of in-house experts and a network of vetted local and national installers.

Our local in-house install team (affectionately known as the Team David Hasselhoff) have primarily focused in Texas, especially the Houston market, with large installations for industrial warehouses, manufacturing plants, and communication departments in the O&G field.

Our preferred partners of local and national installers stretch across the country and have done major installations for Fortune 500 companies as well as overseas business developments.

Recent Clients Who've Depended on Wilson Amplifier's Install Pro Services

  • IKEA Distribution Center (Baytown, TX)
  • Blue Bell Creamery (Denton, TX)
  • Ron Hoover RV & Marine Dealership (Houston, TX)

The 8-Step Process of Professional Installations

The Install Pro Team methodically follows internal standards of protocol without cutting corners for cellular repeater installations. This leads to compliance across the board per FCC rules as well as performance for clients. In the end, it's all about service & duty.

1. Site Survey

The most important step before installing any equipment is a thorough site survey. This is measuring cellular frequency & bands outside the building, locating cell towers, and also walking room to room to see which areas are potentially problem areas. Clients are asked in detail about their requests and other important factors.

2. Floor Plan Analysis

With building layout and floor plans in hand, an RF or certified signal boosting technician calculates potential signal coverage, dB gain & loss, best signal boosting equipment, cable runs, accessories, and other options.

3. Client Consultation

The Floor Plan Analysis is delivered to the client and discussed in detail about coverage expectations, products, and pricing. Options are provided and redesigns are possible to accommodate the client's preference. Once the client agrees to the plans and deposit is made, installation begins on a scheduled date.

Typically, an installation can last from as little as 1 to 3 days up to six weeks depending on the size and scope of the project.

Multiple solutions are provided, and redesigns are possible to accommodate client’s preference. Once client agrees to plans & pricing, installation begins.

4. Outside Antenna Installation

The outside antenna is installed on the roof. Outside antennas generally come in one of two types: yagi or omni-directional. The most important part here is to ensure that the incoming signal doesn't come in "too hot." This means that too much signal is coming in and thus creating overload for the amplifier.

Generally, this is a problem in urban areas. A good installer and integrator should be able to pre-judge and do any adjusting if that's the case.

Cable is run into the building. Again, a good installer & integrator should run cable in a neat & presentable way.

5. Amplifier Installation

The central amplification unit or amplifier is installed in an area where tech has easy access to service the booster. They are generally installed in the IT room for monitoring.

A short test confirms that the amplifier is boosting properly.

6. Broadcast Antenna Installation

The inside antennas are installed for best coverage. Inside antennas come in two types: dome & panel. Dome antennas are installed in ceilings, and have a wide general coverage area. Panel antennas are installed on walls and are used for priority areas and hallways.

Cable is run from the inside antennas to the amplifier.

7. Testing

Once everything is soft-installed, the installer or integrator will turn on the amplifier and do a full walkthrough with the Floor Plan Analysis, accounting for dB readings before and after the installation.

Data is recorded. Any hiccups or problems are addressed immediately.

After any fine-tuning, cleanup is done, and installation is finalized. The client is shown results and asked to do a live performance test, generally an internet speed test and dB reading test.

8. Post-Installation Support

Customer support follows up a few days to a week later to confirm that everything is working at 110% to the client's expectations.

A job well done on all sides.


To learn more about our installation services, check out our Installation page:

Signal Booster Installation Service

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