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The contact cleaning method of air duct cleaning is very limited in what dirt, dust and debris is actually pulled out of a ventilation and or HVAC system. 2” diameter vacuum hoses cannot suck up 3” diameter beer cans or soda pop cans. Due to the laws of physics in that a 2” diameter vacuum hose leaves behind all large diameter items, no airflow improvement is ever realized after the service is performed. Clumsy shop vac hoses usually cannot effectively clean through most furnaces burners, hence the ash, dirt, carbon and dust that can be found in these burners typically stay in the burners. This results in no efficiency improvement when cleaning out the burners, because the shop vac hose could not fit inside of the burners to properly clean it as compressed air or nitrogen can. Most ventilation and or HVAC systems have portions of ductwork that is not easily accessible due to portions of the ductwork being drywall finished around. Should this be the case at any given jobsite, a consumer and or customer must realize that a large portion of ductwork will not be cleaned as a result when the contact cleaning method of air duct cleaning is employed. Typically a shop vac hose can only reach up to 15’ before the hose just curls up. Some trunk lines may stretch out to over 100’ in distance, which means 15’ would be cleaned and 85’ would go untouched. 90 degree turns will almost always make the shop vac end its descent in cleaning down a pipe because the shop vac hose cannot be turned without physical intervention. A greater risk of disconnecting pipes occurs due to the physical nature of the contact cleaning method.

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wireless alarm systems

Blink includes a built in motion detector/sensor, so when motion is detected, an alarm is triggered. The integrated wifi cameras will then send an alert to your smartphone with a short recorded video clip of the event sent to the cloud for your review, either in real time or later on. The system includes everything you need for successful monitoring by a home security system: the camera itself, a wall mount, batteries, Blink Sync module, and any associated accessories. The BIBENE system PIR detector is 8M, with a wide angle 110 degree field of view coverage, during both daytime and nighttime. All sensors included in the BIBENE home security alarm system kid are already connected with the main panel; each sensor is individually labeled with a corresponding label on the main panel to improve the ease and accuracy of installation. You have the capacity to use each sensor in the way that seems best for your situation and needs – for example, you might choose to keep the motion sensors inactive while you activate the door sensors.

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security alarm system for home

COOWOO ST30 Professional Wireless Smart Home Security Alarm System DIY KitView in galleryThis smart OXA sensor alarm system features a DIY installation in under 15 minutes. The entire system is easily set up with your smartphone simply by downloading the app, scanning the QR codes in the user manual, or through the app store/Google play. OXA is compatible with Amazon Alexa, allowing you to control the system with just your voice. Easy, right?You can control a single sensor in the system, or you can group specific sensors and control them together as one unit. The benefit of this individual sensoring within the entire system is that you can know, within a few seconds, the exact sensor that was triggered and be able to respond effectively. The DIY SABRE wireless burglar alarm security system will definitely get your attention should the need arise, with its very loud 120 decibels alarms to wake up and/or alert you of a break in. The sound alone helps to deter the intruder, as it is loud enough to even wake up neighbors up to 750 feet away. This DIY home security system is customizable, with its smart panel with LCD display, motion sensor with directional mounting bracket, door/window sensors, and a key fob remote control to help identify the point of entry more accurately from the eight distinct zones. This all white security system is designed with aesthetics in mind and actually looks stylish and modern in the home. Even more importantly, however, is SABRE system’s user friendly properties and features. Four operation modes include alarm, alert, home, and standby, and an unlimited number of sensors can be added to the system and placed up to 500 feet away from the main control panel.

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