Best Wireless Router 2017

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Wireless Router Recommendations

A common question many people ask is what is the best wireless router?  And answering this question can be a bit overwhelming.  So, we have taken the time to provide you home wireless router reviews to make your search for the Best wireless router 2017 much easier.

Below are our top wireless routers based on an extensive review of features and reviews from real customers. We have saved you some time so you can quickly determine the right router for you.   Each of the five wireless routers we reviewed are popular routers with high customer ratings, so you wont go wrong with any of them.  So, read our reviews, and pick the one that fits best with your needs.


#1 Securifi Almond Touchscreen Wireless Router

Securifi Almond Touch ScreenOur #1 pick is the Securifi Almond Touchscreen Wireless Router.  It is a fabulous router and allows users to manage the settings with a touch screen.   The first of its kind.

It acts as a wireless router or range extender and customers especially like it because it is very easy to set up, excellent customer service, its attractive design, and because it costs less than similar routers.

And if youre on a budget, youll like the fact that this is one of our top wireless routers under $100 that weve reviewed.


Click here for the full review or click here to buy it at a discount.


#2 – Medialink Wireless N Broadband Router
Our #2 choice is the Medialink Wireless N Broadband Router.  This is also a popular router that gets high marks from customers for its ease of set up, compact design, and great customer service.  While most like the easy to see bright indicator lights on the router, others say they are too bright.


Click here for the full review or click here to buy it at a discount.


#3 – ASUS RT-AC66U Dual-Band Wireless Router
Our #3 choice is the ASUS RT-AC66U Dual-Band Wireless Router.  This router holds up fairly well to the competition, is easy to set-up, has a great range, reliable connection, and consumers enjoy its slim design.  On the other hand there are some complaints about customer service and the price tends to be higher than other similar routers.


Click here for the full review or click here to buy it at a discount.


#4 – ZyXEL MWR102 3-in-1 Wireless N Pocket Travel Router 
Our #4 choice is the ZyXEL MWR102 3-in-1 Wireless N Pocket Travel Router.  This wifi router is set apart from the other routers weve reviewed based on its size, its the size of a credit card and is great for travel. And it has 3 primary functions, as a router, access point, and client bridge.  Customers love it because of its ease of set-up, value for the money, and that it offers great performance for such a small router.  Some negatives we noticed were around the poor documentation and that its hard to see the password because the print on the bottom of the router is too small.  Not a deal breaker, but something to keep in mind.

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Firewatch Security Guards The Next Gen Security

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Firewatch security guards extremely skilled and vigilant fire security guards that protects any given area property that has experienced fire in the past. This service is highly specialized and skilled service and the Guards know specific hazards to look for and precisely how to react to any sign of potential danger. In case of any unforeseen eventuality like in the event of Fire the systems and ensure early morning and Rapid mobilization to prevent or minimize damage.

Firewatch Security Guards The Next Gen Security

We are all aware that firewatch is an extremely important function to an organization or company that is under threat of potential fire hazards at any time. Some people maybe under the impression that only farms and areas dominated by forests and Woods that are under the threat of fires or wildfires.

Fire outbreak is an extremely unpredictable eventuality and can break out anywhere at any time. Places that are prone to catching fire are warehouses,factories and even downtown businesses that can be damaged are completely destroyed by the fire outbreak, the damage can be due to fire burning or smoke damage. Thus it can be safely concluded that getting effective fire watch security guards can be one of the most important decisions that business owner or manager ever makes.

How To Maintain Your Carpet In-Between Professional Cleaning

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Carpet Installers Atlanta will help you get your carpet clean. It is very important keeping your carpet clean is critical if you want to preserve it between professional cleanings. Fortunately, it isn’t too difficult to follow some of these suggestions.


1. Vacuum at least once a week. If you have pets or children, aim for twice a week. Vacuuming removes loose dirt before it gets worn into the actual fibers of the carpet. This helps it to last longer because fibers of the carpet are better able to retain their shape and color.

2. Use area rugs. Ideally, you’ll keep carpet out of high traffic areas, but if you have it there already you need to preserve it. Fortunately, area rugs are relatively cheap and easy to find. If something spills on them, they’re fairly easy to clean (small ones can even been thrown in the washing machine). As an added bonus, the wear and tear will be on the rugs, not on your carpet.

3. Don’t walk on the carpet in your street shoes. Place a basket near the front and back doors to remind family members and guests to take off their shows in the house. Keep slippers or house shoes next to the basket so no one gets cold feet.

4. Clean spills as soon as they happen. Keep a bottle of over the counter carpet cleaner handy to clean up spills while they’re still wet. As soon as they soak into the carpet and dry they become much harder to get out. If you can’t completely remove a stain, be honest with your carpet cleaner about where and what it is, odds are he or she will know how to remove it.

Even if you follow these suggestions, remember that professional carpet cleaning should be done at least once every 12-18 months. If you have carpet in high traffic areas, it should be done more often than that.

Steps To Setup A Gold IRA Account

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There’s a lot of confusion and misinformation about how this entire process works.  There’s 3 steps involved in the process, and I’ll explain each of them below:


Step 1: Choose A Custodian – A gold IRA custodian will help you file all the necessary paperwork with the IRS and make sure you’re fully compliant with their regulations.  They’ll help answer any questions you may have and make sure you’re existing retirement account is eligible for a rollover.

Step 2: Fund Your IRA – Purchase your precious metals from a reputable dealer, and fund your 401k to gold IRA rollover
account.  Your custodian can help you find a gold company to purchase your metals from, and can assist with choosing which types of metal is best for you.  You can choose between bars and coins, but there’s pros and cons to each.

Step 3:  Choose a Depository – Choose an IRS-approved depository or trustee to store your physical gold.  The IRS doesn’t allow you to store the precious metals in your home.


Which IRA Custodian Do We Recommend?

Whether you want to open up a new gold IRA account or convert your existing ira or 401k, the company that we recommend most is Regal Assets.  Here’s why Regal Assets is the best in the industry:

  • A+ Rating With The Better Business Bureau and 5-Star Rating on
  • Lowest Storage Fees For Your Gold
  • Experienced Staff Available 24/7 To Answer All Your Questions
  • All Fees Are Waived For The First Year
  • Guarantees Delivery of Your Gold Within 7 Days

Whether you have a 401k, traditional IRA, or a pension plan, you can still quality for a gold IRA rollover with zero tax implications.  This means that you can safely convert money into your gold IRA without risking any penalties or losing any of your money to taxes.


Pain in the Neck or Rather Throat – Aspergers Test

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I’m not sure if sensory issues and immune system issues are definitely related, but I have issues with both, and there seems to be a correlation.  I am hypersensitive to sensory stimuli, especially to pain and smell.  Some people with Aspergers are hyposensitive or are a mixture, taking AQ Adult Test would be beneficial.
My immune system is over-reactive.  It definitely doesn’t need ‘boosting.’  It reacts to ‘harmless’ food chemicals such as dairy and gluten and when I get a cold, it’s like I’ve been slammed with the flu.  When my immune system is over-reacting (fighting off a minor infection or reacting to food chemicals it thinks are harmful), I suffer big-time.  I’ve noticed my hypersensitivity increases dramatically.  I think it may be to do with the inflammation chemicals that the body releases that cause the havoc.  Sometimes my sense of smell is so heightened, it becomes distorted and I can smell something burnt that isn’t really there.  I rubbed my finger against a rough surface and it felt like the skin had been grazed off, but it hadn’t.  My pain receptors were are out of whack at these times.
My throat is excruciatingly painful at the moment – each time I swallow it’s like trying to swallow a rolled up ball of barbed wire.  It doesn’t help that the uvula (dangly thing at back of throat) is swollen so I keep gagging on it.  I spent the last 2 days off work sleeping because I was so fatigued and my muscles and joints hurt.  Have hardly eaten, as is too painful to eat.  Every time I swallow, I can’t help but grimace, which probably looks really silly.  Now I’ve got muscles spasms in my jaw near my ear to add to my discomfort.
Unfortunately, I get really bad side effects with most medications, so I am stuck with paracetamol, which barely takes the edge off.  Anti-inflammatory drugs such as asprin, ibuprofen and NSAIDs ironically give me more inflammation and more pain.  Plus severe depression.
Had a bad run this winter as had another virus with a bad cold (with usual sore throat, runny nose, aches and pains, fatigue).  I had a good few years since sorting out my food sensitivities – being long-term undiagnosed celiac meant I was chronically ill – chronic pain, recurring tonsillitis, sinusitis, etc.  When I woke up one morning choking on something very painful (last time my uvula was this painfully inflamed), the doctor said he’d only ever seen it in old men that smoke cigars in bed and snore.  Not a woman in her thirties that doesn’t smoke (and usually doesn’t snore).  Hopefully I will feel better in a few days.  Glad I don’t feel this way for months on end anymore – not fun at all.
Xavier had a meltdown yesterday. I didn’t have the energy to deal with him, plus it hurts to talk.  I walked away and left him to it.  Sometimes that’s the best thing to do even when I’m feeling well.
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