Ceiling Savers



Other than cooling the air, the primary function of air conditioners is dehumidifying the air for creating a comfortable environment. The water let out after dehumidification is then drawn off. Considering this, if you happen to install the air conditioner in the attic, the water draining could pose as a serious threat. If the drain clogs, there are heightened possibilities that the condensation will trickle from the air conditioner and start soaking the ceiling. Replacing or repairing the ceiling probably might cost an arm and a leg. You could even have to shell out much more if you have a cathedral ceiling installed in your home.

Water Gard



Water Gard Condensation Control is a totally electronic system with no moving parts to rust or corrode and cause failure. Here's how it works:

  1. When the sensors detect an unsafe level of water(condensation) in the drain pan, the air conditioner is shut off to prevent flooding from overflow.

  2. A warning light or audible alarm

    is available to alert you so you can call Indoor Air for service.

  3. When the restriction is cleared we will reset your A/C system for normal operation and monitoring begins again.

In most states, HomeOwners Insurance Companies will reject any claims made for water and mold damage to your contents or structure that occurred from overflow of an air conditioner drain pan or drain line. This problem will most likely be considered by the insurance company as "Improper Maintenance" and will probably be excluded by specific language in your policy. Therefore, your insurance company may not pay for the repairs. Most insurance companies will not pay for these claims.

To find out if your policy will pay for damage caused by overflow of the air conditioner drain pan or drain line, call your agent or your Insurance Company's Consumer Information Line. Their number can be found on your policy.

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