Houston and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Boosters Installation
Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Houston
At HiBoost, we're in the business of providing connectivity solutions for improving poor cell phone signal reception in residential, commercial, industrial, and vehicular applications. Our five band boosters are carrier agnostic and work with all major U.S. cellular service providers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. Our cell phone signal boosters boost talk, text, data, and battery life for all smart and mobile devices, and are capable of handling multiple users per band. If your cell phone signal reception is holding you back, give us a call and find out how a cell phone signal amplifier from HiBoost can help you Boost Your Bars!
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Our boosters for consumers from the Home, Travel, and Commercial Pro line can be installed by the end user, but for our industrial boosters you must have prior network approval and professional installation. We've teamed up with a national network of integration specialists. Click the links for more information about professional installation and our free floor plan analysis. If you need additional information, contact us for a free consultation about what booster works best for you.
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The City of Houston
Houston was incorporated in 1837 and was named after General Sam Houston, the President of Texas. It was also the temporary capital of the Republic of Texas. Development of the railroad system and reliance on slave labor-based plantation grown cotton helped grow Houston's economy. The railroads connected the cities of Galveston and Beaumont for the export of cotton. After the destruction of Galveston by the 1900 Hurricane, Houston built an artificial deep-water port. Then, the oil fields were discovered near Spindletop outside of Beaumont, and this became the basis of the industry in Texas. Almost 80,000 residents called Houston home by the end of 1910. Twenty years later, Houston became Texas' most populated city. When the Port of Houston was finished, Houston quickly became known for shipping and shipbuilding. After WWII, the economy of the city relied heavily on the shipping industry. The development of more affordable air conditioning in the 1950s led to another population boom, and changed the city's economy to the energy sector, and the development of NASA's now called Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. The Astrodome was the first indoor domed stadium.
Houston is 656 square miles. It lays on the gulf coastal plain and is covered by temperate grassland and forest. Urban sprawl and the flat plain combined to make flooding a serious problem for Houston and its residents. Its flat marshy plains contain black soil good for rice farming, and the nature of the geology around Houston has trapped oil and natural gas.
The city has a humid subtropical climate. It is considered to be outside of the "Tornado Alley" but is still subject to severe storm flareups., especially in the spring. The Gulf of Mexico dominates the surrounding area with humid, warm air. Houston averages over 100 days a year with over 90 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures. Its winters are usually mild with January average temperatures in the 50s. The city receives almost 50 inches of rain a year. Ozone levels are very bad in the city, and smog levels rank it fourth in the nation.
Houston has the fourth tallest skyline in North America. It is the most ethnically diverse metro in the nation. Its economy today is primarily based on oil and natural gas extraction and production but also has a strong emphasis on biomedical research and aeronautics. Solar and wind power are also being explored. The Port of Houston makes the city the leading market for exports, even beyond that of New York City. Education is also an important sector.
Popular attractions in Houston include the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which is the largest of its kind in the world, the Houston Pride Parade, Houston Greek Festival, Houston Auto Show, and Art Car Parade. The Bayou City Art Festival is ranked as one of the top 5 art festivals in the states. The Houston Theater district has the second largest concentration of theater seats in the U.S, after NYC. Its Museum District is well known among scholars and enthusiasts alike, and its many music venues support a thriving music scene.
If you're living or working in Houston and suffering from poor cellular connections, talk to us about how we can help. If you're interested in becoming a dealer or installer of HiBoost products, fill out the form below and let's get started!