Canadian Tire working with Alert Labs' leak and flood detection tech

by AL Support September 01, 2017

Canadian Tire working with Alert Labs' leak and flood detection tech

Ruth Casselman, VP and Cofounder of Alert Labs, with Jeff Schnurr, Director of Canadian Tire Innovations Lab at Communitech

 

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In its quest to find innovative technology, Canadian Tire began working with Alert Labs to provide customers with leak and flood detection that "hits the key notes," says Canadian Tire Innovations Lab Director, Jeff Schnurr.

 

Alert Labs makes leak and flood sensors for the home that monitor water use up to the minute and allow users to check up on their home or property from anywhere.

 

Alert Labs brand awareness gets a boost

 

“It’s a fantastic opportunity for us,” said Ruth Casselman, Alert Labs co-founder and Vice-President of Operations.

 

“And being associated with such a great Canadian brand is massively important to us as well," added Casselman.

 

“[Alert Labs’ technology] hits the key notes,” said Schnurr, who has headed up the Canadian Tire lab at Communitech for the past 16 months. “It’s smart home, which is a category we’re interested in; it’s based on monitoring and home protection, which is certainly another important category for us.”

 

Alert Labs' project manager Charlie Harland with staff at Canadian Tire Sunrise Centre in KitchenerAlert Labs' project manager Charlie Harland with Canadian Tire staff at Sunrise Centre in Kitchener 

 

 

Flowie and Floodie Now available at Four Canadian Tire stores

 

 

The partnership between Canadian Tire and Alert Labs has been gaining even more momentum as of late with 4 locations in Ontario stocking Alert Labs' smart water sensors:

 

Burlington, 777 Guelph Line

Guelph, 10 Woodlawn Road

Welland, 158 Primeway Drive 

Kitchener, 1400 Ottawa Street South 

 

And for American customers, Flowie and Floodie are now available on Amazon.com 





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