Leak Detection Devices
Picture this... you're out of town visiting a friend for the weekend and you come home to find your laundry room floor and walls soaking wet. There was a leak. And it was big. What's going to be big is the bill and the mess to clean up.
The solution to avoiding this problem is becoming more popular. Leak Detection Devices. There are a wide range on the market today, some more intuitive than others. Some will send you text alert when there's more water flow than usual, some will actually shut off your water for you to avoid further damage.
As insurance agents, we highly recommend these devices as water claims are the biggest and most frequent claims we see for our homeowners. And more and more insurance companies are offering discounts if you have one of these blessings in your home and the Southern Nevada Water Authority is offering a rebate on your purchase!
Here are a few recommendations to check out:
1. https://www.streamlabswater.com/safeco Promo code: U6mbvw6 ($30 off)
2. https://partner.meetflo.com/safeco/ Promo code: Safeco04140751 (One rate for install and product purchase). This one comes with a guarantee to cover your deductible if the device were to fail.
Between the rebate, and the policy discounts you can get peace of mind for pennies.
12/22/2021 07:59:32 pm
This device is so cool, where can I buy this?
3/11/2022 11:48:16 pm
Leak detection is the process of finding and repairing leaks in a pipeline. This is important because leaks can cause environmental damage and can also lead to safety hazards. If you find any type of water damage, you can hire 1-800 Water Damage. They are very experienced and proficient in their field
10/7/2022 05:40:21 pm
You should put leak detectors in locations where water damage might begin, such as the laundry room, water heater closet, bathroom, beneath your kitchen sink, and other similar locations, much as it is important to have smoke detectors in each of your home's bedrooms and common spaces. Leak alarms may not be as crucial for tenants, but landlords may wish to take them into account. However, this begs the question of how the sensors would link to the internet. Later, more on that.
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