Prevent pricey water damage with your Topeka water sensor
Find floods with your monitored Topeka water sensor before they become expensive
Water damage can come up when you least expect it. A broken pipe or rusted water heater is many times only discovered by seeing a puddle of water. That can end in extensive water damage, especially if a leak drains into your entire lower floors.
You can notice leaks before they cause any damage when you use Topeka water sensors into your smart home system. The subtle, monitored detector hunts down accumulating water and notifies you through a loud siren when it locates a issue. Then it will notify your Vivint monitoring experts so that they can help access the status and send emergency responders if things get rough. And never come back from work to an surprise pool of water, as your water sensor will also send you a smartphone alert.
Where should you place your Topeka water sensor?
Naturally you want to place a water sensor in any spot in the vicinity where you might find standing water:
Around toilets: Protect your bathroom floors from dripping toilet tanks or clogged toilets.
Under sinks: Detect clogs in the U-bend prior to having to swap your bathroom vanity.
Adjacent sump pumps and basement drains: Suffering a underwater basement in Topeka can cost up to thousands of dollars.
Close to water heaters: a Topeka water sensor will notify you if the water heater might be rusted out or faulty before it drops gallons of water everywhere.
Surrounding major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators have the potential to leak water and easily destroy your house!
How does a Topeka water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor should be an integral part of your Topeka smart home. Here’s how it works:
Sensitive water detection: The advanced alarm messages you and your Vivint monitoring experts to any flowing or rising water.
Temperature sensors for freezing weather: Vivint water sensors also pick up falling temperatures to thwart water damage from freezing pipes.
Compact, wireless design: Simply set them anywhere a leak can originate -- no matter how tight the space.
Phone alerts for quick action: Frozen pipes or strong storms have a penchant for happening when you're not around. But don't fret. You'll get a notification whenever your water sensor detects an issue. Or open the Vivint App anytime to check their status.
Vivint monitoring adds an additional layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring professional will also get notified of any water problems. No matter where you may be, assistance will be sent!
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