Prevent costly water damage with your Lincoln water sensor
Find leaks with your monitored Lincoln water sensor before they become expensive
A lot of times, you don’t know you have a water problem before it’s too late. A cracked pipe or cracked window is many times only discovered by stepping in a pool of water. This can result in major water damage, especially if a leak happens to flood your whole bathroom or basement.
You can notice leaks before they cause any damage when you link Lincoln water sensors with your smart home system. The discreet, monitored detector seeks out rising water and notifies you via a loud siren when it detects a problem. Then it will alert your Vivint monitoring team so that they can help access the situation and send emergency responders should the situation call for it. And never come back from work to an unexpected flood, as your water sensor will also send you a smartphone alert.
Where should you place your Lincoln water sensor?
Naturally you want to install a water sensor in any place in the areas where you could get abnormal water:
Behind toilets: Safeguard your bathroom floors from leaking toilet tanks or clogged toilets.
Under sinks: Find clogs in the U-bend prior to having to replace your bathroom cabinets.
Adjacent sump pumps and basement drains: Having a underwater basement in Lincoln can cost up to thousands of dollars.
Nearby to water heaters: a Lincoln water sensor will inform you if the water heater has corroded or broken before it drops gallons of water across the floor.
Surrounding major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators have the potential to leak water and quickly destroy your floors!
How does a Lincoln water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor should be a critical part of your Lincoln smart home. Here’s how it operates:
Sensitive water detection: The state-of-the-art alarm messages you and your Vivint monitoring specialists to any dripping or pooling water.
Temperature sensors for arctic conditions: Vivint water sensors also pick up dropping temperatures to prevent water damage from cracked pipes.
Minimalist, wireless design: Simply set them nearby any place a leak can originate -- no matter how close the fit.
Phone notices for quick action: Frozen pipes or serious storms have a penchant for happening while you're not available. But don't stress. You'll receive an alert any time your water sensor detects an issue. Or open the Vivint App anytime to confirm their status.
Vivint monitoring supplies an additional layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring team will also get notified of any water problems. No matter where you are, help will be on its way!
Obtain Your Home Security System With Water Sensors Today!
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