Save yourself from expensive water damage with your Spokane water sensor
Locate floods with your monitored Spokane water sensor before they become expensive
Water leaks can happen when you least expect it. A cracked pipe or cracked toilet is only noticeable by finding a pool of water. That can lead to extensive water damage, even more-so if a leak happens to flood your complete basement.
It is possible to sense leaks before they cause a problem when you use Spokane water sensors with your smart home system. The discreet, monitored detector hunts down rising water and alerts you through a high-decibel siren when it detects a issue. Then it will notify your Vivint monitoring team so that they can survey the scene and send emergency teams should the situation call for it. And never come back from work to an surprise pool of water, as your water sensor will also send you a mobile alert.
Where should you put your Spokane water sensor?
Typically you ought to put a water sensor anywhere in the vicinity where you might see standing water:
Around toilets: Protect your bathroom tile from seeping toilet tanks or clogged toilets.
Underneath sinks: Catch clogs in the U-bend ahead of having to replace your bathroom cabinets.
Adjacent basement drains and sump pumps: Having a wet basement in Spokane can cost up to thousands of dollars.
Close to water heaters: a Spokane water sensor will let you know that the water heater is rusted out or faulty before it drains gallons of water in your home.
Behind major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators all can leak water and easily destroy your house!
How does a Spokane water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor is an essential part of your Spokane smart home. Here’s how it works:
Sensitive water detection: The cutting-edge alarm messages you and your Vivint monitoring team to any dripping or pooling water.
Temperature sensors for arctic conditions: Vivint water sensors also sense falling temperatures to prevent water damage from frozen pipes.
Minimalist, wireless design: Just place them anywhere a leak can start -- no matter how tight the space.
Phone notices for quick action: Freezing pipes or serious storms have a fondness for occurring when you're not around. But don't worry. You'll receive a message whenever your water sensor detects an issue. Or check the Vivint App anytime to confirm their status.
Vivint monitoring supplies an extra layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring team will also get notified of any water problems. No matter where you may be, help will be on its way!
Grab Your Home Security System With Water Sensors Today!
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