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    "I would like to express my appreciation for the careful work and attention to detail that has made my home update a virtually painless experience. We now have a very attractive and usable attic that was transformed so well by your expert staff. Thanks for a great job!"

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  • WiFi Your Entire House!

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    WiFi, in my opinion, is one of the best things to come out of the technology bubble in a long time. No more having to connect your computer to another plug, or wait till someone get's off the phone. If you're looking to set WiFi up in your entire home, take a look at this:

    Wifi is the most common and obvious solution for getting the Internet throughout your entire house. A single router broadcasts a wireless signal that passes through walls, floors, ceilings, and any other obstacles.

    Of course, wifi has its own downsides and limitations. An improperly secured network leaves your internet open to nefarious individuals who might violate your privacy. Also, wireless access is not yet as robust as a wired connection for use with online games, where any interruption to the flow of data can spell doom and gloom. Wifi also won't always penetrate thick walls, especially if that wall isn't standard stud-and-drywall construction or there are several walls between your router and the device trying to use its signal.

    For those reasons and more, you might prefer an actual cable for providing Internet service to your bedrooms, office, and other rooms in your home. You have options besides a simple wifi network for getting the Internet into each room.

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