Remote Temperature Monitoring

Monitor temperature and prevent freezing pipes in your home

During the cold winter months, it's not uncommon for temperatures to dip well below freezing for days, weeks or even months at a time. Prolonged cold weather is uncomfortable for many people. It can also prove problematic to plumbing in primary residences and vacation homes, cottages and cabins. If the pipes get cold enough, the water can freeze. This can result in burst pipes, flooding and costly damage to your home.

Tips for preventing frozen pipes

Everyone from insurance companies to home stores provides tips for preventing frozen pipes. Some common tips are:

  • Insulating exposed pipes in unheated areas or on exterior walls
  • Allowing a faucet to drip
  • Opening cabinet doors below sinks
  • Keeping the heat set above 60 °F

If you are at home, making these adjustments is fairly easy. But if you’re going to be away during colder weather, it's best to prepare ahead of time. However, even the most prepared homeowner can experience scenarios where their home cools to the point of freezing.

If a door or window opens or breaks during high winds or bad weather, it will allow rain, snow and cold air to enter the house. If the heating system runs out of fuel or malfunctions, temperatures will drop rapidly. Or if there's a power outage while the house is unattended, temperatures can drop below freezing inside the house. The resulting property damage can be devastating and hard to recover from.

Remote temperature monitoring system

As a homeowner, it is important to monitor your property when you’re not there. Remote temperature monitoring systems help you keep an eye on your property, so you can intervene as soon as issues occur.

A Sensaphone system can provide peace of mind when you’re away from your main residence or vacation home. Our temperature alarm systems can help you minimize damage to your property by alerting you to critical issues early. With 24/7 monitoring, you are immediately notified of any changes in temperatures. No matter where you are, you can make sure that the interior of your house stays above freezing.

Most Sensaphone devices offer real-time status reports, so you can check on the house while you're away. You can check conditions remotely at any time, from anywhere using the mobile app or website. Cellular and satellite options are available for remote locations where there is no internet access. Sensaphone remote monitoring devices are the best option for homeowners looking for instant notifications of potential issues. There are no monthly fees and you avoid the costs of property loss and damage.

Temperature sensors alert you to drastic changes

Sensaphone devices connect to multiple temperature sensors, so they can monitor room temperatures in more than one area. The temperature sensors are rugged enough to monitor susceptible unheated and often dirty areas, such as crawlspaces or attics. You can set a temperature limit for each sensor. Should the temperature fall below that limit, the device will send an alert by phone call, email or text. Systems are available with hardwired or wireless sensors.

In addition to temperature, Sensaphone devices can also monitor other environmental conditions important to homeowners. You’ll receive an alert for power failures, humidity and water around sinks. The systems can also monitor changes in your hot water heater and sumps.

If you are away from home for extended periods, or you own multiple properties, you should consider installing a remote temperature monitoring device. Sensaphone has a solution to watch over any property size, from small cabins to large estates. Our systems are quick and easy to install and keep you informed 24/7.

 

Suggested Products

Sensaphone 400
Sensaphone Sentinel
Weatherproof Temperature Sensor