Now in its 30th year, Resideo has expanded CONNECT to focus across the four key networks of the home: air, water, energy, in addition to security. CONNECT 2019 attendees will include more than 400 professionals supporting home security and automation, but also HVAC contractors, plumbers and electricians, according to the company.
Attendees can participate in 40 interactive and educational sessions, have strategic discussions with Resideo’s leadership team, network on building stronger businesses and to see and learn about the latest smart Home Resideo technologies.
“We’re looking forward to bringing together all of our pros for this annual event for networking, learning and to discuss how we can help homeowners make their homes more secure, safe and comfortable,” says Mike Nefkens, president and CEO of Resideo.
“There’s no one better positioned to simplify the connected home than these professionals. Every day they are sitting across the table from homeowners who are frustrated with systems that don’t work well together and whose critical appliances – furnaces, water heaters, plumbing – are vulnerable and unprotected. We believe there is a better way.”
Resideo’s AirCycle Program helps HVAC professionals reframe the indoor air quality (IAQ) conversation with homeowners using a custom indoor air quality report. The report is based on data delivered by the AirCycle Pro Monitor, a sophisticated diagnostic device that measures six key IAQ indicators in 30 minutes: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particles, humidity, odors and smells, and temperature.
The AirCycle program helps professionals transform the way they build and nurture their business and relationships with customers, according to the company.
Through training and measurable, meaningful data that simplifies the indoor air quality (IAQ) conversation, technicians are empowered to solve IAQ issues in the home. The program includes a full-day of training for contractors and an AirCycle Pro monitor that generates a report, complete with product recommendations. Pros can learn more by contacting their Resideo sales rep to schedule training.
Buoy Whole Home Water Controller
Resideo says the Buoy Whole Home Water Controller can help homeowners track and manage their water, and can automatically shut off the water if it detects a leak. Professionally installed on the main water line, the device contains a flow sensor and machine-learning technology. It can also detect small water flow leaks and alert homeowners through the app when there is unusual water activity.
The controller is available through Resideo’s professional channel, offering installers a new revenue stream and business differentiator that positions them as an essential resource to customers for whole-home solutions, according to the company.
The controller also offers a construction mode feature that helps protect a job site from water damage, without the need for WiFi. Professionals can learn more and purchase through their distributors.
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