Avoid expensive water damage with your Fort Wayne water sensor
Find floods with your monitored Fort Wayne water sensor before they become a headache
A lot of times, you won’t find out you have a water problem before it’s too late. A cracked pipe or rusted water heater is only discovered by finding a puddle of water. That can end in extensive water damage, especially if a leak should fill your whole bathroom or basement.
However, you can notice leaks before they cause any damage when you link Fort Wayne water sensors to your smart home system. The discreet, monitored detector looks for pooling water and tells you via a high-decibel siren when it detects a issue. Then it will alert your Vivint monitoring specialists so that they can assess the scene and get a hold of emergency services should the situation call for it. Your water sensor will even shoot an emergency alert to your phone, so you can react to any water concerns when you're not home.
Where should you put your Fort Wayne water sensor?
Typically you want to place a water sensor in any place in the areas where you may see abnormal water:
Around toilets: Protect your bathroom flooring from leaking toilet tanks or clogged toilets.
Underneath sinks: Find blockages in the U-bend prior to having to replace your bathroom cabinets.
By basement drains and sump pumps: Finding a flooded basement in Fort Wayne may cost up to huge sums of money.
Close to water heaters: a Fort Wayne water sensor will let you know that the water heater might be corroded or broken before it drops gallons of water everywhere.
Surrounding major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators are capable of leaking water and quickly destroy your floors!
How does a Fort Wayne water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor is an essential component of your Fort Wayne smart home. Here’s how it operates:
Sensitive water detection: The cutting-edge alarm notifies you and your Vivint monitoring team to any flowing or pooling water.
Temperature sensors for freezing conditions: Vivint water sensors also detect falling temperatures to prevent water damage from freezing pipes.
Compact, wireless design: Just set them anywhere a leak can begin -- no matter how tight the space.
Phone notices for speedy action: Freezing pipes or strong storms have a fondness for taking place when you're not at home. But don't fret. You'll receive an alert any time your water sensor detects a problem. Or open the Vivint App anytime to check their status.
Vivint monitoring supplies an additional layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring professional will also get notified of any water issues. No matter where you may be, assistance will be sent!
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