The WiFi signal is strong in my premises, but my connection to the router still drops, what can be causing this?

There are a number of reasons why WiFi can be unreliable within a property. This can be due to interference from other electrical devices within the premises such as microwave ovens, cordless phones and even baby monitors. The most common reason for wireless drops is due to interference from other WiFi networks in neighbouring properties.
WiFi is transmitted from your router on one of 13 different channels, which are universal to all routers in the UK. If there are several signals on the same channel in your area, interference will almost certainly occur. I carry test equipment which will determine the extent of the interference and also which channel is currently the least used in the locality.
This information can be used to change the channel of your router for the most reliable WiFi signal. Please contact me for advice as changing the channel will involve accessing the menu structure of your router.