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The Worst Apartment You Ever Lived In

Everyone has experienced this at one time or other in their lives.

You’ve lived in some pretty crappy places, right?

One of the first places Web Watch lived was perfectly fine, other than the rather loud upstairs neighbor who took great pride in announcing to as many people who could hear her how much she loved God.

At least, she yelled out “Oh, God!” a lot… usually late at night.  Every night.  For weeks/months on end.

She was a fairly religious woman, we believe.  Right?

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Where you live dictates your utility bill costs

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How much energy costs the average homeowner differs from house-to-house, as well as from state-to-state.

Some states have abundant energy resources, and the cost to deliver that energy to one’s home can be very inexpensive.

Some states have higher energy taxes or infrastructure issues that make providing electricity more expensive than other places.

It should come as no surprise that the US ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION collects and analyzes things like this, and makes that information available to us – the American public.

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Home Improvement Tip: How to Fix A Garage Door Light That Won’t Go Out Automatically

Non-Illuminated Doorbell or Garage Door Button
Non-Illuminated Doorbell or Garage Door Button

The other day, Web Watch experienced the same problem other home owners have run into: the light on our automatic garage door opener would not go out.

The opener itself was working perfectly fine.  The door would open or close when requested via the remote or the wall switch, but the lightbulb would not turn off after the 5 minute timer expired.

And Web Watch is seemingly not alone in this problem.  Other websites that specialize in home improvement tips have either left the question unanswered or said that the problem is with the garage door opener’s logic board that prevented the light from automatically turning off.