Port St. Lucie, FL (PRWEB) April 18, 2009
Home and business owners in warm climates worry about unmonitored temperature spikes that result in dangerous and damaging mold. This past winter, those in cold climates have suffered when the heat shuts off and pipes freeze. Both problems can be addressed by this new service from Homewatch Networks, Inc., designed as an easy-to-use smart sensor and service to help keep a home or small business safe and healthy when owners are not there, away on a trip or gone for the season.
The low monthly subscription service, together with a one time purchase of the smart sensor, provides a money saving alternative to complex home automation systems. Homewatch Networks' mission is to create affordable and simple technology to safeguard your home."
Sensor results available from any web browser or smart phone help consumers avoid problems that arise from unmonitored temperature or humidity change. Homewatch Networks enables tracking of temperature, humidity, and dew point through a smart sensor connected to an Internet jack, with results displayed anywhere through a web browser, or smart phone.
Homewatch Networks NSD-2 and monitoring service are perfect for owners of second homes or small businesses, long distance monitoring climate of homes of elderly relatives, verifying temperature and humidity patterns in wine cellars, basements, and attics. Engineered and assembled in Florida, the smart sensor technology uses domestic content where possible and 100% US labor.
Home and small business owners can now get this easy-to-use remote home monitoring service for a low monthly price. There are no long-term contracts, no termination fees and no gimmicks. To get the results of a home or business temperature, humidity and dew point monitoring 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, users sign in to a personal web account.
A smart sensor (NSD-2) plugs into a home or small business Internet service. It sends climate data at regular intervals to a personal web account. Learn more about the product and service at http://www.homewatchnet.com.