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Eureka Park Preview: Breezi Is The Check Engine Light For Your HVAC System

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Since the introduction of Nest Labs in 2010 people have become accustomed to controlling the front most end of their HVAC systems in the palm of their hands. The original Nest thermostat device learns your families behavior and allows you to set it and forget it or control your home’s temperature from afar. But that’s just the front end part of your HVAC System. What about under the hood.

When there’s a problem with your HVAC System you can pretty much be assured of two things. The first is that it’s going to be a costly repair. Second is that it’s very rarely, if ever, a problem with the thermostat.

That’s where Breezi comes in.

Breezi uses sensors and Bluetooth technology to give you important information about your HVAC System.

When we met Breezi in Eureka Park last year the company explained that the devices can tell the health of your filters. They can also listen for sounds within your system that could indicate bigger problems are on the horizon.

Changing the filters when they actually need changing rather than on a time schedule can add up to big savings. What makes Breezi even better is that they will automatically send filters when you need them. There are a couple of companies sending filters on a time schedule, but don’t have the hardware sensor technology to tell if you really need to change them. Breezi can save homeowners 30% on filters alone.

Alerting homeowners that there’s a problem in the compressor could potentially save thousands.
The company has spent 2017 honing the technology and they’ll be back in Eureka Part at CES 2018, January 23-26, booth #52137.  You can also sign up for updates from them at breezi.io

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