Coral Gables, FL, April 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Only a few short weeks ago, warm temperatures in northern regions of the country coaxed plants out of the ground and it seemed that spring had truly sprung. Yet, as those living in the Midwest and Northeast United States can certainly attest, spring weather can be unpredictably fickle. The second week of April 2007 brought up to two feet of snow in some regions, leaving residents to shovel snow when they were looking forward to beginning to enjoy some outdoor recreation or tending to their budding garden.
The unexpected cold weather not only affects lives in households, it also has a devastating effect on agriculture in these regions. Unfortunately, we cannot control the weather. We can only better adapt to the conditions it presents in order to avoid its unpleasant effects. Several Invent-Tech inventors have devised clever inventions that would have been beneficial to many of the residents in the path of the 2007 spring snowstorm. By making these innovations available for sale or licensing, the inventors hope to soon be able to offer practical value to consumers.
The Monitoring Device For Home, invented by Michigan inventors, Chuck B. and Steve H., keeps property owners informed about the condition of their property while they are away. Whether users have stepped out for an hour to go shopping or left their vacation home for the season, this product ensures they are aware of weather damage as well as unlawful intrusion. Featuring simple installation and a low cost, Monitoring Device For Home provides peace of mind without having to inconvenience or rely on neighbors. By providing a fast response to damage or an emergency, this innovation could reduce repair expenses and insurance claims as well as insurance premiums.
Weather Scapes, invented by Kerry L. of New Jersey, is a breakthrough new lawn and garden product that serves both functional and decorative purposes. In northern regions that experience cold winters or unpredictable temperature variations, this invention makes available a specialized method to guard vegetation against the damaging effects of the cold. In southern regions, Weather Scapes could also be used to guard sensitive flora from direct sunlight exposure. The available selection of styles and designs complement the outdoor environment in any season while adding color, beauty and variety to the everyday landscape. Don’t settle for unsightly makeshift methods that attempt to protect the plants. Consumers who take pride in the décor and health of their landscaping will immediately recognize how this product can benefit them.
The Four Seasons Water Hose, invented by John J. of Oregon, keeps water hoses from freezing in cold weather. This product can be applied by farmers watering livestock and recreational vehicle owners using their hose in the winter. It ensures easy accessibility and proper function of the hose. Featuring a convenient, integrated design, the Four Seasons Water Hose works reliably to avoid hassle and expense related to a frozen hose. With all its benefits to varying groups of consumers, the Four Seasons Water Hose would be available through RV parts and supplies stores, agricultural product retailers, home improvement centers, department stores, retail super centers, specialty catalogs, and the Internet. The inventor has developed a prototype of the Four Seasons Water Hose which is available for review under appropriate terms of confidentiality.
Invent-Tech has introduced just a few of the products their clever inventors have invented to make the best of unexpected weather conditions. For information about the Monitoring Device For Home, Weather Scapes, Four Seasons Water Hose or any of the new product ideas that Invent-Tech represents, contact the Invent-Tech Press & Publicity Department at (800) 940-9020 ext. 2285 or e-mail: email@example.com. Invent-Tech® is the nation’s preeminent inventor assistance company. For more information about Invent-Tech, visit: www.Invent-Tech.com