Avoid pricey water damage with your Fayetteville water sensor

Detect leaks with your monitored Fayetteville water sensor before they become a problem

Sometimes, you won’t know you have a water problem before it’s too late. A broken pipe or rusted water heater is hidden until it’s discovered by stepping in a pool of water. That can lead to considerable water damage, particularly if a leak drains into your whole basement.

It is possible to find leaks before they cause any damage when you use Fayetteville water sensors with your smart home system. The subtle, monitored detector hunts down rising water and tells you via a ultra-loud siren when it detects a problem. Then it will ping your Vivint monitoring specialists so that they can assess the situation and contact emergency services if needed. You’ll even receive an alert on your phone about any unwanted water, so you never walk down the stairs to an shocking mess.

Where should you put your Fayetteville water sensor?

Naturally you ought to install a water sensor in any place in the vicinity where you may get standing water:

  • Near toilets: Protect your bathroom flooring from dripping toilet tanks or backed-up toilets.

  • Underneath sinks: Catch blockages in the U-bend before you have to change your bathroom cabinets.

  • Adjacent basement drains and sump pumps: Having a flooded basement in Fayetteville may cost up to thousands of dollars.

  • Close to water heaters: a Fayetteville water sensor will let you know that the water heater might be leaking or broken before it drains gallons of water in your home.

  • Surrounding major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators are capable of leaking water and quickly soak your floors!

Vivint Fayetteville water sensor

How does a Fayetteville water sensor work?

Your Vivint water sensor can be an integral part of your Fayetteville smart home. Here’s how it functions:

  • Sensitive water detection: The cutting-edge alarm notifies you and your Vivint monitoring team to any flowing or pooling water.

  • Temperature sensors for freezing weather: Vivint water sensors also detect falling temperatures to prevent water damage from frozen pipes.

  • Sleek, wireless design: Just set them in any spot a leak can start -- no matter how close the place.

  • Phone notices for quick action: Freezing pipes or serious storms have a habit of happening while you're not around. But don't fret. You'll receive a notification whenever your water sensor discovers a problem. Or look on 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 are, help will be moving your way!

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