BENSALEM, Pa., June 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- H2O Degree, manufacturer of two-way wireless mesh submetering systems for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building automation system integration in multi-family facilities, announces the availability of its latest submetering system designed for multi-family apartment complexes. The H2O Degree system provides both property management and tenants with interactive online tools that can dramatically reduce water consumption and improve property profitability. Utilizing the system, managers of master-metered facilities now have the ability to measure and bill individual unit tenants for their actual water usage and for the energy required to provide hot water. Facilities managers also receive regular usage data that can pinpoint water leak problems that result in excess water consumption.
A submetering installation at Cheverly Crossing, a 60-unit apartment building in Hyattsville, Maryland, offers a case study on the success of the H2O Degree system. Results of the study document how the landlord was able to cut water utility expenses at the multi-family apartment building by more than half.
H2O Degree's comprehensive submetering system tracks water, electric, gas and BTUs. The company's differentiating technologies include two-way wireless mesh submetering, Green Thermostats and daily water meter and leak-detection reporting. The system allows for both visualization and control. Landlords can access energy dashboards to view consumption of individual tenants in order to bill them according to usage, as well as leak reports that enable them to proactively prevent wasted water.
For more information about H2O Degree's submetering system, please go to www.h2odegree.com. To download a PDF of the Cheverly Crossing case study, please go to: http://www.h2odegree.com/library/casestudy_cheverly.pdf.
About H2O Degree
H2O Degree manufactures a broad line of wireless mesh, radio-based submetering and leak detection systems that measure individual apartment or condo use of water, domestic hot water energy, boiler and chiller energy, electricity, gas and BTUs. The company also offers Green Thermostats, which track energy use and apartment temperature while allowing tenants and property owners to set temperature set-points and schedules, adjust set-back temperatures when tenants are away or asleep and report HVAC maintenance issues. For more information, please go to: www.h2odegree.com.
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