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Spiders: How Do I Get Rid of Them for Good?

Spiders: How Do I Get Rid of Them for Good?

Did you know that there are more than 43,000 different spider species worldwide? Only a small number of them are known to have venomous bites, including black widows. Fortunately, the majority of spiders you will encounter here in North America are more of a nuisance rather than a danger. If spiders scare you, there are […]

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Building a Smart Home – Where Do You Begin?

Even though it didn’t get too popular and mainstream up until a few years ago, the concept of a smart home has been around for a good while. Initially, the goal was to save on electricity bills and if possible, make your day-to-day life a bit more convenient. Today, with the smart home integrating with […]

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Where is the best place to put a carbon monoxide detector?

Carbon monoxide poisoning kills thousands of people and is easily preventable! Maybe you’re moving into a new home, or you’ve gone through our review of the best carbon monoxide detectors and bought yourself a new unit. The next logical question is where is the best place to put a carbon monoxide detector? You want to find […]

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Carbon Monoxide Detector Beeping? [5 Things You Should Do]

carbon monoxide detector beeping

A carbon monoxide detector and an alarm are designed to alert users about the unsafe level of carbon monoxide—these work through making flashing lights and noise. Nevertheless, they also make flashlights and noise under some conditions. The noise that they made was described as chirping, beeping, and squeaking. The majority of carbon monoxide detectors make […]

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Smart Thermostat Without C Wire [How to install it]

Install a WiFi Thermostat Without A C-Wire

Imagine buying a new smart thermostat, patiently waiting for that Amazon box to be delivered. You open it up, read the instructions, maybe watch a video that tells you how to install the device. You remove your existing thermostat to find that things aren’t quite right – you don’t have a C-wire. A C-wire or […]

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