Wi-Fi is an abbreviation of sorts. Technically, it stands for wireless fidelity and the name intended to be a play upon hi-fi or high fidelity. The Wi-Fi Alliance, which holds the Wi-Fi trademark, has referred to Wi-Fi as standing for wireless fidelity in the past. Fix the slow Wi-Fi spots at home or see how a Wi-Fi garage door opener can open new possibilities.
PEX takes its name because it is a form of polyethylene with cross-links, hence the X in PEX. The plumbing material has become en vogue because it doesn’t require glue and it’s less likely to burst if it freezes.
Find out how to plumb with it.
GPF stands for gallons per flush, which means how much water you’re using and how it will flush. When toilets started going to 1.6 gallons per flush it meant a lighter flush but that problem has since been solved. Find out how to get the toilet you’ll love and learn how to save on water in the bathroom.