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Word nerds will love it. One of my schoolmates parents kind of adopted us, we called them our second Mom and Dad. The Dad was full of these old timely phrases and this brought back fond memories of them both. She was the "OH MY STARS and GOOD GRAVY" type, he was more HOLY TOLEDOkind of a guy. In their older years she would get up and kind of hobble across the room, his favorite saying was "What's the matter Old Paint, throw a shoe?" I'm pretty sure she didn't appreciate that, but took it all in good humor. We, of course, thought it historical.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

The biggest issue is the one the plagues many smoke detectors, excessive false alarms. In addition, this model was part of a large recall by Kidde in March 2018 over a manufacturing error that rendered one of the dual sensors inoperable. Free replacement alarms are available for defective units; you can find more information at the Kidde web site. If your home lacks a hardwired network of interconnected smoke detectors, and tackling the job of wiring a whole house smoke alarm system is too much for your DIY skills or contractor budget to allow, stand alone battery operated smoke detectors remain a reasonable second choice. Tops among these is the First Alert SA320CN Est. $20, a dual sensor, battery powered smoke detector that earns positive feedback overall. It's been tested by Consumer Reports, and earns the top rating for detecting both smoldering fires and flaming ones, though not a recommendation presumably because it cannot be interconnected with other alarms. User reviews are positive, including a 4. 6 star rating at Home Depot, and recommendations from 98 percent of the nearly 100 owners that leave reviews. The ionization/photoelectric sensor smoke alarms above use standard batteries. However, they are inappropriate for those who live in a state or city that requires that battery operated smoke detectors be powered by sealed 10 year batteries.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

It allows you to cover unlimited Ring cameras. You can use it for all of the cameras you install around your home from Ring. This product offers the video recording, video review, and video sharing as well. It costs $10 per month or $100 per year. Ring offers a wide variety of doorbell and exterior security lighting features that range in price from $99. 99 to $499.