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Webinar: Increase Student Housing NOI & Equity Value with Water-Leak Mitigation Technology
March 24, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
It pays for student housing property managers to be proactive monitoring leaks. Toilets are the number one cause of water waste in student housing properties — 58 percent of wasted water goes down the toilet! But monitoring and tracking toilet leaks can reduce water/sewer utility costs by over 20 percent while significantly increasing NOI and equity value. Meanwhile, water intrusion claims are the primary and most costly insurance claims among student housing properties.
Did you know that 20 percent of all toilets leak? A slow leak can waste 250 gallons per day and an open flapper leak can waste up to 5,000 gallons per day! Without monitoring leaks, millions of gallons of water — and money — are literally going down the drain.
Utilizing a monitoring system with wireless IoT toilet sensors will help you significantly cut down on water/sewer utility costs while significantly increasing NOI and equity value.
Sensor Industries’ leak sensors can eliminate catastrophic water-damage claims which account for the majority of insurance claims in student housing. The average claim ranges between $20,000 to $60,000 — and can easily go into the millions depending on the extent of the damage. More claims mean higher premiums — or the risk of your policy getting dropped entirely and having to self-insure.
Register for the webinar, which will take place on March 24 at 2:00 PM EDT, to learn about an effective solution for water waste and damage with quick ROI. The webinar will be conducted by Dave Duckwitz, CEO of Sensor Industries.
Features of the Sensor Industries system:
- Water waste and leak monitoring, alerts and reporting 24/7
- Work orders generated and prioritized based on leak volume
- Sensors are wireless and integrate with proprietary SI-Mesh Network
The webinar is sponsored by Sensor Industries, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) company bringing new operational efficiency, increased net operating income and water and energy conservation to owners and residents of multifamily and seniors housing communities. To learn more about Sensor Industries visit, www.sensorindustries.com.
This event is hosted by Student Housing Business magazine and produced by the company’s InterFace Conference Group. For more information, contact Rich Kelley at 914-309-6954
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