Remote temperature monitors are a long time product offered by Comfort House . They are used by our customers to alert when the temperature at their home, remote cabin, or business drops to a set temperature, such as 45°F. The temperature monitoring system, usually a small box-like device, dials out to the phone numbers you have programmed, and notifies you so that you can take action to prevent your pipes from freezing. Monitoring temperature in computer rooms and data centers is another big application. When the temperature rises, personnel is alerted so that the cooling system can be checked for proper operation. There are all sorts of other uses, too, such as making sure the temperature at home isn’t too cool or warm for pets, plants, wine cellars, swimming pools, greenhouses, horse stables, and home brewing. Temperature monitors have traditionally operated by hooking up to your telephone line and dialing out to you in the event of a triggered condition. Now we
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Some do it in their bedrooms. Some do it in hotels. Have you ever pushed two twin beds together to make a king? If yes, you know it’s not as easy or fun as it looks. The beds are unsecured and you may even end up falling through the crack. That’s where a twin bed connector comes in useful. A twin bed connector joins or straps two twin beds together to make a king size bed. One style of twin bed joiner slips over and along the sides of two twin mattresses. A sheepskin strip pads the space where the beds connect while a belt wraps around the sides securing the mattresses together. Another style is a mattress cover that goes over the entire mattress. It has an integrated foam wedge insert in the center that fills the space between the two twin mattresses, along with a pillowtop for extra comfort. Occasionally users say they don’t like the “hump” they feel in the middle of their newly made king bed with a connection system. Most often this is the result of
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Welcome to the Comfort House blog. It's been a busy few days at Comfort House with articles mentioning us in both The Wall Street Journal and Defense News. The Wall Street Journal article "Google to Require Retailers to Pay" is about Google's announcement yesterday that a free service provided to merchants for the past decade is becoming a paid service. We expect it will hurt small merchants and favor big brands. The Defense News article "Vendors Angry Over Surprise Ban on Mailing Lithium Batteries" is about a change in USPS policy that prevents products with lithium batteries from being mailed overseas. This affects our APO/FPO military customers in particular and the article describes some ways in which we are handling this challenge. Find links to online versions of both articles on Twitter.