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2015-03-08 23:00:31

Premium In-Line Back Draft Dampers are specifically designed to stop backdrafts from the clothes dryer, bathroom exhaust fan, and kitchen exhaust fan.

2015-03-06 23:01:32

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A fireplace can cause the average home to lose as much as 20 percent of its heat through the chimney’s flue when the fireplace is not in use.

2015-02-10 23:11:52

Dryer fires cause serious injury, death and a staggering amount of property loss each year.

2014-10-01 23:02:54

NetworkThermostat receives the 2014 WFX Worship Facilities New Product Award for the CloudConnect™ service for Net/X™ Wi-Fi and Ethernet smart thermostat platforms.

2014-07-15 23:09:07

NetworkThermostat announces the availability of the CloudConnect™ service for the Net/X™ Wi-Fi and Ethernet smart thermostats.

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A thermostat regulates the temperature of a system and keeps the system's temperature at desired setpoint temperature. The device does this by turning heating and cooling devices on and off and regulating air flow of a heat transfer fluid as needed. This maintains the correct temperature. Thermostats may be used to control heating or cooling a system, or may be a component part of a heater or air conditioner. There are a variety of ways that thermostats can be constructed and could use...

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