Washington and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation

 

 

HiBoost makes and sells cell phone signal boosters. Our boosters are available in Washington and are guaranteed to work with all American cellular service providers and all manufacturer’s makes and models of mobile devices. Our cell phone signal amplifiers boost talk, text, data, and battery life for all smart mobile devices and are capable of supporting multiple users per band. We make a variety of boosters for use in homes, vehicles, commercial, and industrial use.  If you’re a resident in Washington and in need of better cellular signal, a cell phone signal amplifier from HiBoost can help you get better signal coverage.

Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Washington

Our boosters for consumers from the Home, Travel, and Commercial Pro line can be installed by the end user, but for commercial and industrial boosters you must have prior network approval and professional installation. We work 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 support, contact us for a free consultation about what booster works best for you.

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Need Installation? Contact Us: 972-870-5666 or info@hiboostusa.com

 The State of Washington

Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest, an area that includes Washington and Oregon and occasionally depending on the speaker's purpose: northern California, western Montana, Idaho, British Columbia, and Alaska as well. Washington is bordered by Oregon, Idaho, and shares an international border with the Canadian province of British Columbia. Washington was named after President George Washington. It is the only state named after a President of the United States. 

Evidence of human habitation in the region now known as Washington state goes back for millennia. Kennewick Man is one of the oldest and best preserved human remains found in North America and was discovered in Washington in 1996. His remains date back nearly 10,000 years. Main tribes in the area include the Snohomish, Quileute, Makah, Quinault, Lummi, Chinook in the coastal region of the state and Yakama, Wenatchee, Spokane, Nez Perce, Cayuse, and Klickitat in the Plateaus. The first Europeans to see the land were Spanish explorers in the 18th century. The area was subsequently later explored by British and other Spaniards. Tension between the two led to an agreement ending Spanish sovereignty over the area and opened it up to settlers from all over, but principally Russian and British. Lewis and Clark reached the state in 1805. Britain retracted all claims to the area in 1845. Settlers following the Oregon Trail helped to populate the area. It finally became the 42nd state in 1889. 

The climate of Washington is primarily split between the western part of the state from the Cascade mountains to the Pacific Ocean, and the eastern half on the other side of the mountains. The western side has an oceanic climate. Rain fall up to 160 inches a year in this part of the state in some areas and creates a temperate rainforest. On the other side of the mountains, rain shadow effect keeps the Columbia Plateau and most of eastern Washington semi-arid. This land contrasts starkly with the rainy forests, and only supports grasslands and shrub-steppe lands. In a few places, true deserts exist. La Niña and El Niño phases of the Southern Oscillation strongly influence how much precipitation the region gets, with La Niña phases being associated with heavier snows and more rain, and El Niño phases with drier conditions and less snow. Washington sits on the continental plate and the resulting subduction zone that built the Cascades also created the dormant but active volcanoes in the region. Some of the most famous are Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, Glacier Peak, Mount Baker and Mount Rainier. This plate activity also makes the coastal region of Washington seismically active, and earthquakes and tsunamis are a threat to the area. 

The economy of Washington state was traditionally based on timber, fishing, and shipbuilding in its early years. Today, it ranks 14th in the nation. Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is based in the state, as well as many software companies such as Microsoft, Amazon.com, Nintendo, and others. Telecom, biotechnology, electronics, and timber products are big industries as well. Starbucks, retailers like Nordstrom, Eddie Bauer, Car Toys, and Costco are based in the state. It has many dams that produce hydroelectric power. Its ports in Puget Sound trade with Alaska and Asia. It is also a key player in America's agriculture production, and is a leader in the growing of apples, peas, mint, raspberries, hops, cherries, pears, and Concord grapes. It also produces a quarter of the nation's potatoes, and many other stone fruits. It also ranks second in wine production, just behind California. Tourism to the state is an important industry, with many tourists flocking to the many nerd conventions in Seattle, its scenic coastlines and rainforests, or hiking and camping in the mountains, or for its thriving music and culture districts. 

Residents of the Evergreen State enjoy access to all national cellular carriers, but some people may not have full access to 4G LTE bands. If you live or work in Washington and are having connectivity issues, it may not be your carrier’s fault. If you need to Boost Your Bars, check out cell phone signal amplifier kits from HiBoost.

Our products are available in all these cities and more:


Auburn

Bainbridge Island

Bellevue

Bellingham

Bremerton

Des Moines

Edmonds

Everett

Federal Way

Issaquah

Lakewood

Longview

Lynnwood

Kennewick

Kent

Kirkland

Lacey

Marysville

Mount Vernon

Olympia

Pasco

Puyallup

Redmond

Renton

Richland

Sammamish

Seattle

Shoreline

Spokane

Spokane Valley

Tacoma

Vancouver

Walla Walla

Yakima