Why Choose Commercial Water & Energy Co.
Remote Wireless Monitoring
Today’s technology is making it easier than ever before for property managers to receive accurate water, gas, and electricity meter readings, and monitor usage wirelessly online or on a mobile device. Commercial Water & Energy (CWE) works with the industry’s top meter reading equipment manufacturers to deliver products with this advanced technology to the clients we serve. Our extensive experience enables us to recommend the ideal utility meter reading system that meets the unique needs of virtually any multi-family property.
When it comes to Billing and Metering, Go Wireless!
There are many advantages that are both cost-effective and beneficial to the property’s operations.
- With wireless technology, system installation is fast and maintenance is easy. Our systems completely eliminate external wires or connections, which are often the source of high implementation costs and system failures. Without wires, there is minimal disruption to the residents or community at large during installation, and a lower lifetime cost of maintenance.
- Our remote meter reading equipment provides daily email, FTP, or web-based access to meter reading data. Read data is transmitted via the property’s local Internet service using a standard Ethernet connection. This technology delivers accurate water, gas, and electricity meter readings and automated monitoring for leaks, theft (backflow), tampering, and zero consumption.
- This automated remote meter reading equipment is appropriate for installation in both new construction and retrofit communities. If your structure or terrain presents a challenge to signal broadcast, it is no problem. Our systems help ensure clean transmission by providing signal boost at key locations.
CWE’s strategic partners include, but are not limited to, Inovonics®, Meterlogix®, Leviton®, Master Meter®, and Norgas®. Working together, we can help you find the right system solution to accurately measure individual residents’ utility consumption, wirelessly transmit usage data, and bill residents directly for their use.