Recommend a basement freeze alarm?

szmaine Posted By szmaine, Nov 20, 2009 at 5:23 PM

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  1. szmaine

    szmaine
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    I have been considering getting a freeze alarm for the basement since I would like to see if our stove
    can handle heating the whole house but don't want to freeze the pipes in the process.
    I don't know anything much about freeze alarms and wonder if anyone can recommend a good economical unit?
     
  2. emurphy@eclumber.com

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    http://doitbest.com/Thermostats+and+Thermocouples-Hampton+Weather+Prod-model-HOME-doitbest-sku-539546.dib?memberid=1082&associate=true
    This is like $43.00 but it requires you to call via phone and check on it.

    http://doitbest.com/Thermostats+and+Thermocouples-Honeywell+Internatl-model-CW200A1032-doitbest-sku-510505.dib?memberid=1082&associate=true
    About $30.00 All you need to do is plug it in to a wall socket near the area you want monitored. then plug in what ever you want to alert you to the issue. Either light, a loud radio, anything that will alert you.

    Not try to be an advertiser / sales person here, but maybe one of these will help.
     
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