Save Money on Insurance with a Water Sensor

Repairing the damages inflicted on a home caused by water-related issues can be expensive and agonizing for both homeowners and insurance companies. Many insurance companies recognize the commonality of water damage as natural elements are among the most common threats in terms of disturbing a home environment. Northbrook Insurance Associates, Inc. calculated the most common home insurance claims and ranked water damage as the most common cause of damage for homeowners. These types of damages may seem difficult to avoid, but utilizing a ConnectSense Water Sensor can help remedy these difficulties and allow homeowners to detect water before it becomes a problem.

The benefits of using a water sensor within a home environment are simply astonishing. There are many different ways that water can create a problem at home. Whether it be a flooding basement, a broken washing machine hose, a leaking roof/ceiling, or something else, the damages can be catastrophic. Even though home insurance can cover these damages, it is still a tremendous burden to have to repair them, as well as replace any ruined furniture or possessions. Implementing a water sensor within a home environment will allow home owners to prevent any damages to their home by catching any issues before they become a serious problem. It is an economical solution that can save homeowners time in terms of repairing their home and filing insurance claims. There are also various insurance companies that will offer a discount to a consumer’s premium if they install a water sensor.

Installing a water sensor may seem like it is only to the homeowner’s benefit, but it can actually help insurance companies save money too. The ideal household for an insurance company is one that has a lower risk of an expensive incident occurring. If insurance companies advise their customers to invest in reliable water sensors, they can help prevent the quantity of claims made for water damages. This means that insurance companies won’t need to spend as much money each year to pay off claims.

A water sensor can alleviate the pain caused by water damages for both homeowners and insurance companies. Homeowners can save money on their premiums and not have to waste their time and energy repairing any damages to their home. Insurance companies have the ability to save money because they will not need to spend as much money on insurance claims. Investing in a reliable water sensor, such as the ConnectSense Water Sensor, will ultimately reduce the expenses of water damage. These benefits do not stop with water sensors; there are a variety of other impeccable ConnectSense sensors that can help reduce the costs of premiums for homeowners and claims for insurance companies.

Grid Connect Introduces ConnectSense Handset Telephone with Ten-Number Memory Dial to the Smart Home Space

NAPERVILLE, IL--(Apr 1, 2015) - A new easy-to-use telephone with ten number memory dial is now available for pre-order from Grid Connect. The ConnectSense Telephone features nine speed dial memory buttons that enable users to call frequently used numbers and a redial function to quickly dial the last outgoing number.

This reliable and affordable telephone is designed for those who want to avoid hassles and frills of smartphone technology and cordless handsets.

The ConnectSense Telephone can be placed on any convenient surface or mounted on the wall to save table space. This surface or wall mounting option provides quick and powerful access to make or receive calls in one room of your home. With its simple, corded design, users will never have to worry about misplacing their handset anywhere throughout their house.

Other features that make the ConnectSense Telephone unique include:

  • No need for Wi-Fi set up or programming of notification and call ringtones.
  • Plugs directly into your wall so there is no need for users to charge their ConnectSense Telephone before use.
  • Ten-number memory dial so users can quickly call frequently and recently used phone numbers.
  • Illuminated keypad with push button technology for use in darkly lit rooms of the house.
  • Ringer and handset volume control for personalized, user loudness customization.
  • No Caller ID means no need to stress about who is calling.
  • Mute button so users can silence their side of the conversation while in noisy rooms or while ridiculing the other party under their breath.

The ConnectSense Telephone is available now for pre-order at www.connectsense.com/telephone and will ship in the third quarter of 2015. Priced at $8.99, the ConnectSense Telephone offers tremendous value compared to smartphones and cordless home handsets, as it includes a cord.

 

About Grid Connect 

Grid Connect (www.GridConnect.com), an ISO 9001:2008 company, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of products that enable the Internet of Things, including the ConnectSense line of wireless sensors. Grid Connect can be found on Twitter @GridConnect and on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/grid-connect. ConnectSense can be found at www.ConnectSense.com and on Twitter @ConnectSense

 

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