Property Sensors - Frequently Asked Questions
No! Each qualifying church is given two detectors free of charge, and there are no monthly operating costs from Roost or GuideOne.
No. The detectors run on two AA batteries.
Roost provides many support options:
You can purchase additional detectors at 20% off the original retail price of $49.99 at ShopGuideOne.GetRoost.com.
We recommend placing the detectors in the following locations:
- In a bathroom
- Near a floor drain or near a sump pump
- In a utility room on an exterior wall
- In the attic, if water lines and mechanical equipment are present
- Near a water supply line in the kitchen or on an exterior wall
It won’t! The device and its data will have no impact on your coverage or premium. The Roost detectors are simply to help reduce future claims.
The integrity and security of data is one of Roost’s, and our, highest priorities. As a result, Roost uses a secure SSL/TLS tunnel to protect all communication with 256-bit encryption. This is the same standard used by the banking industry. All communication between Roost’s app, Roost devices and the Roost cloud platform is encrypted at this level to ensure your data is kept secure.
The Roost devices and the Roost cloud have been designed to minimize the possibility of a malicious attack on your Roost device or Wi-Fi system. We know no system is “un-hackable,” however there is not a way for an outside source (including Roost) to initiate contact with a Roost device that is on your Wi-Fi network. The Roost cloud cannot “ping” or contact Roost devices.
Additionally, the Roost devices only connect to the internet for a few seconds each day for check-in or alarm notifications, so malicious sources would have a hard time using the device to gain access to your Wi-Fi network, even if they could initiate contact.