The JT Animal Control ADC6 Spray Proof Skunk Trap is the safe and humane solution for your problem. The Spray Proof Skunk Trap has a spring loaded door that automatically closes once the skunk enters the tube. The tube is made of heavy duty six inch PVC pipe, and once the skunk is inside, it prevents it from being able to lift their tail to spray – it also eliminates the possibility of scratching and biting. Once the trap door has been shut, you can identify your catch through small holes on the door – the rest of pipe is solid, making your catch invisible to people or other animals passing by. It is the safest trap on the market and can be used by homeowners as well as animal control specialists.
Skunk trap is 99% spray proof
The Chilipepper is a little yet powerful hot water pump which mounts under your sink. Once installed hot water is pumped rapidly from your hot water heater to either your sink or shower with just the push of a button. It will work with any and all water heaters from traditional to tankless to even solar heaters. The small but powerful device operates at 1/3 of a horsepower which makes it the most powerful pump for any residential hot water system. The increased power means less wait time for you while you wait for your hot water regardless of how long your pipes are. Installation of the Chilipepper is done without the need of additional plumbing because all connections are done with hoses.
Less than $2.00 a year is all that it will cost you in electricity to operate the Chilipepper making this a green product. When you push the Chilipepper button the pump will extract hot water from the hot water line and will push the cold water back to the cold water line leaving no wasted water.
Don’t worry about cloudy skies, because the Solar Floodlight works for approximately 2 weeks without ANY sunlight (at an average of eight 30-second light intervals each night)! A built-in motion and heat sensor turns the light on for people, but not for swaying tree branches. You can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor to pick up a full 90° horizontally, at a distance of up to 30 feet. Set the darkness level to keep the light from coming on too early in the evening or too late at night. Choose either a 30- or 60-second duration for the light to remain on after the last motion detected. A 14-foot cable between the solar panel and the light lets you place the security light where you need it, while allowing the solar panel to be installed facing the sun (south for homes in the Northern Hemisphere).
Want to install a motion- and heat-sensing solar floodlight without having to hire an electrician to wire it? Install this solar powered security light anywhere around your home without wiring hassles or expensive battery replacement! This maintenance-free security light uses solar energy to power the long lasting, bright, energy-efficient halogen bulb, so you won’t be left in the dark. Install a Solar Floodlight with Heat & Motion Sensor near each of your entryways and you can be sure that your family can enter and exit your home safely, even when there’s a power outage. The Solar Floodlight is powered by a rechargeable lead acid battery, which is included. Read more
If you already own a Dakota Alert System or EZIO Receiver, protect your property from costly water damage by installing this wireless flood and leak sensor near water pipes in places like basements, laundry rooms and kitchens.
The sensor is comprised of a small sensor mounted where you need to detect a water leak and a transmitter that mounts to the wall and is powered by a single 9V battery (sold separately). The sensor can detect water more than 1/16″ deep. The transmitter has a range of up to 3,000ft (line of sight). They are connected to each other by way of a 6ft cable.
How many times have you been gripped with the sudden realization that you may have forgotten to close your garage door?
It’s a pretty common mistake, but it can be a costly one, since that open expanse can be an enticing lure to thieves. Make sure the largest door to your home is closed securely with the automatic Garage Door Closer, which triggers your garage door opener automatically after a user-specified amount of time if left open.
Mount the sensor on your garage door using the included mounting tape or screws. When the door is closed, the detection rod is retracted; when the door is open, the detection rod is extended and sends a wireless signal to the wall console, which in turn triggers your garage door opener to shut the door. Planning to work in the garage for a while? A single button press locks the receiver so it won’t close when you don’t want it to.
Now you can use your SchlageLiNK network to help you save money. Your heating and cooling system likely uses about 40% of your annual energy consumption, and this networked thermostat can help you save up to 15% of that energy. It’s programmable like some other thermostats, but adds the convenience of using Z-Wave technology for monitoring and controlling your HVAC system from anywhere you can get an internet connection. Set your temperature low while everyone’s away, then use your smartphone to turn the system on just before you arrive home. The 128×64 pixel LCD screen displays time, room temperature, heating and cooling set points, and filter change and maintenance reminders, or you can set it to display only the ambient temperature. Temps can be displayed in either degrees F or C. There’s a graph to show system run time for the past week, so you can easily view how much you’ve been using the system and note your progress on saving energy. The thermostat has a built-in scheduling program for up to 4 events per day for all 7 days, but you typically would use your Z-Wave network to establish a schedule; the internal schedule is disabled by default. You can have it send email alerts to you for out of temperature range, keypad tampering, and filter/maintenance.
Not for use with radiant floor or wall systems. Dual fuel systems (for instance, heat pump with gas furnace) require a dual fuel accessory relay kit. May or may not be compatible with boilers, geothermal, or multi-zone systems. Read more