Avoid costly water damage with your Brooklyn water sensor
Find floods with your monitored Brooklyn water sensor before they become a headache
The problem with water is that you usually don't know you have a leak prior to it creates a big deal. A broken pipe or rusted water heater is only noticeable by finding a puddle of water. That can lead to major water damage, particularly if a leak happens to flood your whole bathroom or basement.
However, you can notice leaks before they cause a big mess when you pair wireless Brooklyn water sensors with your security system. The small, monitored detector seeks out accumulating water and tells you via a loud siren when it locates a concern. Then it will alert your Vivint monitoring experts so that they can assess the situation and contact emergency responders if needed. You’ll even get a notification on your phone about any flooding or flowing water, so you never walk down the stairs to an shocking mess.
Where should you install your Brooklyn water sensor?
Typically you ought to put a water sensor in any spot in the vicinity where you may find standing water:
Behind toilets: Guard your bathroom tile from leaking toilet tanks or backed-up toilets.
Underneath sinks: Find clogs in the U-bend before you have to change your bathroom cabinets.
By sump pumps and basement drains: Suffering a underwater basement in Brooklyn may add up to astronomical amounts of money.
Nearby to water heaters: a Brooklyn water sensor will notify you if the water heater has corroded or faulty before it leaks gallons of water across the floor.
Surrounding major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators all can leak water and rapidly soak your floors!
How does a Brooklyn water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor is an integral element of your Brooklyn smart home. Here’s how it functions:
Sensitive water detection: The advanced alarm notifies you and your Vivint monitoring specialists to any moving or pooling water.
Temperature sensors for arctic weather: Vivint water sensors also pick up falling temperatures to avert water damage from frozen pipes.
Compact, wireless design: Simply place them anywhere a leak can begin -- no matter how cramped the space.
Phone notifications for quick action: Frozen pipes or strong storms have a habit of occurring when you're not at home. But don't worry. You'll get a message any time your water sensor discovers a problem. Or check the Vivint App anytime to check their status.
Vivint monitoring supplies an extra layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring specialist will also get notified of any water issues. No matter where you may be, assistance will be sent!
Get Your Home Security System With Water Sensors Today!
Customize your Vivint home security system to include all the alarms, security cameras, and sensors you need. Just call (929) 552-2194 today or send in the online form for your no-strings-attached quote.