I recently developed a home appliance for the home water piping system. It will detect a leak anywhere in the home in a matter of seconds, and shut the water off, and protect from damage and loss of personal goods. I am a designer and know nothing about sales and marketing. After contacting these firms I find that it could cost more than the developement cost to survey and determine the market base. Here's what I'm asking:
1- do you think this is a worth while device to have in your home?
2- if you could save a few bucks on your home owners insurance policy, would you consider it worth while?
3- the cost is less than the cost of replacing carpet in one room. Is this a reasonable price?
4- there are no batteries, remote sensors or any other devices required to maintain or service. If the power to your home fails, it turns the water off, because the furnace will not operate and the plumbing system could freeze. If you need water , a manual by-pass feature is provided.
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