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How it helps protect you as a homeowner.

The problems of the future can be prevented today.

That costly

busted pipe mold damage power outage foundation crack gas leak

didn't have to happen.




Abrazo Intelligence 

Abrazo Intelligence 

Abrazo Intelligence 

Better home technology that takes the risk out of management.

How Abrazo Intelligence works

With an integrated technology platform offering intelligent automation, real-time diagnostics, and analytical insights, Abrazo Intelligence better connects homeowners, builders, and service providers by enhancing communication, convenience, safety, risk management, service, and energy efficiency.

Money is being thrown down the drain repairing costly damages that could have been avoided if detected in time.

Manage your home with data-backed insights

Meet the System

Abrazo’s Integrated Sensor Kit – a suite of cloud-connected IoT devices & sensors specifically designed for installation in new construction. This system serves as a bridge for intelligent automation, diagnostics, service, and analytics.

  • Home Kiosk
  • Smart water meter & shutoff valves
  • Intelligent Power Sensor
  • HVAC monitoring and filter change alerts
  • Multi-sensor (air quality, occupancy, light, humidity, temp)
  • 24-port POE switch – Cat6
    • Wired devices, no batteries, always on

Intelligent energy efficiency technology

  • Real-time power usage data

  • Intelligent power management / EV’s

  • Leverage peak vs. off-peak rates

  • Measurable energy efficiency data

  • Demand response ready

  • ‘Behind the meter’ high resolution analytics

Smart water management and leak mitigation

  • Real-time water usage data

  • Leak detection & automated shutoff

  • Freeze protection & shutoff

  • Benchmarking data – entitlement passage

  • Early detection of mold

Your home on autopilot.

  • Air filter diagnostics and change data

  • Remote access for diagnostics & service

  • Software updates for your home


    • Error code relays to technicians

See through the walls & into your home's health.
[coming soon]

  • Extended Reality (XR) view of sensors

  • Digital logs of property management

  • Indoor air quality diagnostics

  • Service marketplace (coming soon)

  • Remote shutoff for vacant units – MF

  • A ‘check engine’ light for your home

Existing IoT devices for the home have been designed exclusively for retrofit

The market has evolved into ‘tech silos,’ fractured home automation solutions, and cumbersome IoT arrays that are limited by a lack of reliable power and continuity.

Integrated Technology

Our integrated sensors and devices are designed specifically for new residential construction.

Seamless Application

“The advance of technology is based on making it fit in so that you don’t really even notice it, so it’s part of everyday life.” – Bill Gates

Mixed communication protocols, multi-app solutions, and other challenges limit the ability for the builder, OEM, or third parties to provide advanced diagnostics, in-wall or underground sensor data, and the ability to mitigate risk to the property…


All features of the next-generation smart home.

By 2030, more than 1.5 billion Matter-certified devices will ship annually. In addition, over that period, a vast range of consumer robotics, smart appliances, and other emerging smart home device types are expected to be drawn into smart home system engagement.

Nitin DahadWriter for Embedded (citation: ABI Research)

The average family can waste 180 gallons per week, or 9,400 gallons of water annually, from household leaks. That's equivalent to the amount of water needed to wash more than 300 loads of laundry.

As Power Trends discusses, it is imperative that during this time of rapid change, we ensure adequate supply necessary to meet a growing demand for electricity. Preserving electric system reliability has been our top priority.

Rich DeweyPresident / CEO of the New York Independent System Operator

Americans, on average, spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors, where the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations.

U.S. Environmental Protection

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