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Easy Installation

While the Nest fetches a hefty $250, one upside is you shouldn’t have to pay anyone to install it. It comes with simple instructions and the right tools to make the transition from the old unit to the new one. The power requirements are small so there is little risk of electrical shock (although you should always exercise caution).

Once the base plate is mounted there is a built-in level to help balance it out. Then all you need to do is snap it in and fire it up.

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Tyler Golberg

Tyler is the founder of Home Maintenance Tracker and a writer for HomeSpot HQ, an easy to use tool for managing maintence and projects for every house.