Your Air Conditioning can send you a Home Temperature Alert

Alert! Home is a little too hot or cold.

Did you know with AirTouch 4, your home air conditioning system can send you an alert to your smartphone when you are out if the house is getting too hot or cold? Then you can choose to turn on the climate control remotely with the AirTouch 4 app. This offers some great benefits for you as the homeowner:

The house can be comfortable for you when you get home. If you are out and the weather warms up, and if you didn’t set a timer to turn on the system before you got home, AirTouch can still look after you by letting you know home could be getting a little warm so you can choose to have the house comfortable for when you walk in the door.

Your AirTouch system monitors the temperature at home and keeps you informed about it when you are out and about.

If you are a pet lover, and have left the fur-babies at home you can make sure they don’t overheat by turning on the cooling on a summer day if the weather warms up, or send them a little extra warmth in winter to let them know you love them.

Control with smart home systems can work both ways – as well as giving you more control your home automation system can keep you informed about what is happening at home. Its like having a helpful assistant back home able to send your alerts straight to your phone you may need to be aware of.

Learn more here, and find out how to setup this feature for AirTouch 4.

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