Thermostat C Wire – What is a Common Wire?

Smart thermostats are becoming more and more popular. Learning thermostats like the Nest help keep your home comfortable and can save you money on your energy bills. Smart thermostats with remote sensors, like the Ecobee4, can control the temperature in your house on a room-by-room basis. Purchasing one of the top smart thermostats is a no-brainer. The hard part is determining whether or not a new thermostat is compatible with your heating and cooling system. Before making a new purchase it’s important to understand how to wire a thermostat. When it comes to wi-fi or programmable thermostats, compatibility often comes down to the C-wire (or Common Wire).

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Best Hidden Outdoor Security Cameras

Hidden outdoor security camera is a multi-camera surveillance system which is hidden from intruders and installed in any outdoor portion of your home. Such cameras are placed in the driveways, walkways and other secure places. Homeowners consider various variables in making their choice of such cameras, as well as in determining the best places to hide it. The most important thing is that it is to be located where it would be able to monitor your compound, and other outdoor properties. Read More

Moving Checklist – 12 Things to Remember

Moving into a new home or apartment? With the whirlwind of things to do, it’s easy for some of the smaller items to fall off to the wayside. That’s why we created this moving checklist. There are a few basic things you can do early on in the process to make moving day a breeze. Below we’ve listed 12 important things to do when moving.

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Kitchen Essentials – How to Set Up Your Dream Kitchen

Whether you’re moving into your first apartment or you’re moving to a new house, the kitchen will be an important part of your new home. Our checklist of kitchen essentials has all of the tools, utensils, cookware, and gadgets you’ll need to whip up some delicious meals. Below we’ll cover the necessities you should have for your first kitchen as well as some nice-to-haves that will help expand your cooking repertoire.

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Decorating on a budget

Moving into a new home is like walking into a blank canvas. It’s incredibly exciting, but it can also be overwhleming. Buying a new house comes with costs, from the down payment to the lender fees, realtor fees, and the cost of moving. By the time you are ready to move in, you might not have much left for decorating.

But furnishing a new home doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. There are plenty of ways to spruce up your new digs if you’re willing to be patient, search the right places, and put in a little elbow grease.

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