Thousands of houses of worship experience frozen pipes each year. No house of worship wants to be surprised by potential water damage that could lead to mold or even structural damage. Nevertheless, it is always a threat when facilities have limited occupancy during the week and no easy way to monitor temperature loss or water presence.
“We are extremely excited to offer this innovative
Church Mutual customers participated in a two-year pilot program testing the temperature and water sensors in their worship centers with promising results. More than
“We are actively exploring innovative ways to use technology to benefit our customers,” said
As the leading insurance provider specializing in the religious market, Church Mutual understands the unique operations of houses of worship, many inhabited only one day a week. The temperature and water sensors are set up in vulnerable areas of a building or in areas where priceless and often irreplaceable items are stored. The sensors are monitored remotely, so no one has to be on the premises. Alerts are sent via text message, email or phone to one or several contacts if a temperature or water sensor relays a low temperature or presence of water reading.
“This use of sensor technology provides an easy and effective way to help prevent losses and reduce the damage when a loss does occur,” said
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