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How A Smart Thermostat Can Save You More Than Money


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Think back to your high school chemistry class. If you were paying attention to the teacher and not staring at that cute boy or girl in the next row, you probably remember hearing that fire needs fuel and oxygen to burn. You may have even participated in an experiment where you were able to snuff out a flame under a beaker by depriving it of oxygen.


Today, your main fire concerns apply to your outdoor grill and fire pit or indoor gas appliances. But what if a fire that starts from a forgotten candle or a dishtowel left too close to your range top? How can you help stop the rapid spread and excessive smoke damage?