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With the rise of television shows and social media accounts dedicated to the “do it yourself” (DIY) lifestyle, it sometimes feels like every project can be DIY’ed. But based on experiene, we know that’s not true. We sometimes hear from people who feel a certain amount of pressure to make their home appealing and take on DIY projects -- but they don’t have the skills or confidence to make it happen on their own. That’s why we recently worked with The Harris Poll, a well-respected public opinion polling firm, to survey Millennial homeowners in the U.S. and find out more about their attitudes about home maintenance and repairs.
Today Puls is publishing its first annual National Appliance Repair Report, with the goal of educating consumers on how much they should pay for appliance repairs and when they should expect to repair or replace a major appliance. The report also includes recommendations from our nationwide network of technicians about which appliance brands are most reliable and easy to use. In developing the report, we used our proprietary data to unearth insights for consumers.
Pretty much every element of your household can be enhanced with home automation these days – from a camera-equipped smart refrigerator that lets you peek inside via your smartphone to help create a shopping list while you’re out of the house, to smart lighting systems that illuminate your space in a myriad of dazzling, fully customizable options. You can even control your entire smart home network with a voice-driven smart assistant such as Amazon Alexa or Google Home.
Amazon’s increasingly popular voice assistant, Alexa, makes a myriad of everyday tasks around the house an absolute breeze. The smart speaker is a fantastic means of entertaining company, kids, and streamlining just about everything we need at home.
By now, most people have at least heard of Amazon Alexa, the increasingly ubiquitous digital assistant from the retail giant – though not everyone may be aware of the extent of Alexa’s capabilities, or even what it is. In short, Alexa powers that familiar woman’s voice that comes out of integrated devices such as smart speakers to answer your queries, perform tasks, and provide entertainment.
Amazon Echo’s ultra-popular voice assistant, Alexa, came into our lives just a few short years ago. Now, many households rely quite heavily on Alexa, and she plays quite a significant role in simplifying our daily routines.
Go ahead and let out a sigh of relief - you’ve endured winter’s worst, and summer is finally here, once and for all. It’s time to pack away those winter clothes, and get ready to enjoy cookouts, laying out on your deck, and some much-needed vitamin D.
What a year we’ve had! From adding thousands of new technicians and dozens of employees, to expanding to new services and cities, 2018 has been an immense year of growth at Puls.
This year at Puls has been one for the books. We’ve grown in many ways throughout 2018, adding thousands of new markets, services and technicians nationwide. Check out our 2018 year in review for a recap of all the exciting things that happened this year at Puls.
Today, LinkedIn announced its second annual Top Startups list, a global ranking of the 50 most sought-after startups where professionals want to work and stay. Puls is honored to make the list at #11.
With two wild rounds of March Madness already behind us and gearing up to watch the Sweet 16, we’ve got to say, these last couple days have been an absolute whirlwind of madness.
Love … back in your parents’ day, the dating arena seemed peachy keen - simply being single, “going steady” or getting married seemed easy enough. Flash forward to 2018 and add smartphones, dating apps and unspoken phone etiquette to the mix, and a lot changes.
If you own any of the later iPhone, Galaxy, or other water-resistant smartphones such as the iPhone 8 or Galaxy S8, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Is my phone really waterproof?”
Puls Technologies, Inc., the rapid-response services platform for smart devices, today announced significant growth in its partnership with Google, expanding Puls repair services for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones to cities all across America, and adding repair services for Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.