Temperature and Water Sensors
Temperature and Water Sensor Kit with 24/7 Monitoring System
Every year more than 1,000 Church Mutual customers experience damage and disruption to their ministries from water caused by frozen pipes and mechanical failures. This disruption can result in days lost in clean-up, administrative headaches, rescheduling, or a ministry put on hold.
Don’t let frozen pipes and water disrupt your ministry
Watch the video to learn why one Church Mutual customer has installed the sensors.
Church Mutual has a free and easy solution to help prevent damages and disruptions before they can occur.
Our temperature and water sensors are connected to a 24/7 monitoring alert system. Alerts are sent via text, email or phone to one or several contacts if temperatures are lower than normal or water is threatening your building.
24/7 monitoring and alerts are offered free for three years to qualifying Church Mutual customers
To find out if you qualify as a Church Mutual customer, please contact your sales representative or call customer service at (800) 554-2642, option 1.
If you have already been prequalified, reserve your sensor kit now. Reserve Now »
Learn more about the program. Download PDF »
Contact us if you have received your temperature and water sensors in the mail and need more information on how easy they are to set-up and activate.
You can also call the Church Mutual Customer Service line at 800-544-2642, Option 1.
Celent Model Insurer Award
Church Mutual Insurance Company has been recognized by Celent for innovation and emerging technologies for its Sensor Technology Program. Celent is a global research and advisory firm for the financial services industry.
Celent’s awards annually recognize the best practices of technology usage in different areas critical to success in insurance. More than 100 nominations were submitted by insurance companies and technology vendors for these awards.
“Being recognized by Celent as a leader in innovation and emerging technologies highlights our commitment to help our customers,” said Cheryl Kryshak, Church Mutual’s vice president of risk control.