Prevent expensive water damage with your Myrtle Beach water sensor
Locate leaks with your monitored Myrtle Beach water sensor before they become a headache
Sometimes, you don’t find out you have a water problem before it’s too late. A deteriorating pipe or corroded toilet is many times only discovered by finding a pool of water. That can end in extensive water damage, especially if a leak drains into your whole bathroom or basement.
However, you can find leaks before they cause a big mess when you link Myrtle Beach water sensors to your home security system. The subtle, monitored detector looks for pooling water and notifies you via a loud siren when it discovers a issue. Then it will ping your Vivint monitoring experts so that they can survey the scene and send emergency services if things get rough. And never walk down the stair to an shocking mess, as your water sensor will also send you a phone alert.
Where should you put your Myrtle Beach water sensor?
Naturally you ought to put a water sensor in any place in the areas where you could see standing water:
Around toilets: Guard your bathroom tile from dripping toilet tanks or stuck-up toilets.
Below sinks: Find blockages in the U-bend before you have to replace your bathroom cabinets.
By basement drains and sump pumps: Having a wet basement in Myrtle Beach can cost up to thousands of dollars.
Next to water heaters: a Myrtle Beach water sensor will let you know that the water heater might be corroded or faulty before it leaks gallons of water in your home.
Against major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators all can leak water and rapidly soak your flooring!
How does a Myrtle Beach water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor should be a critical element of your Myrtle Beach smart home. Here’s how it operates:
Sensitive water detection: The cutting-edge alarm notifies you and your Vivint monitoring experts to any flowing or rising water.
Temperature sensors for arctic conditions: Vivint water sensors also detect falling temperatures to prevent water damage from freezing pipes.
Sleek, wireless design: Simply set them nearby any place a leak can start -- no matter how tight the place.
Phone notifications for speedy action: Freezing pipes or intense storms have a habit of happening while you're not around. But don't fret. You'll get a message no matter when your water sensor senses a problem. Or check the Vivint App anytime to confirm their status.
Vivint monitoring provides another layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring team will also be alerted of any water problems. No matter where you may be, help will be moving your way!
Get Your Home Security System With Water Sensors Today!
Personalize your Vivint home security system to include all the alarms, security cameras, and sensors you need. Just call (843) 483-5033 today or send in the online form for your no-strings-attached quote.