Prevent costly water damage with your Jackson water sensor
Find leaks with your monitored Jackson water sensor before they become expensive
The issue with water is that you usually don't know you have a leak prior to it becomes a problem. A cracked pipe or broken window is only located by seeing a pool of water. That can end in considerable water damage, especially if a leak happens to flood your whole basement.
It is possible to find leaks before they cause a problem when you link Jackson water sensors into your security system. The discreet, monitored detector seeks out pooling water and notifies you via a ultra-loud siren when it detects a concern. Then it will notify your Vivint monitoring experts so that they can assess the scene and get a hold of emergency services if needed. You’ll even get a mobile alert about any rising water, so you never open the door to an shocking mess.
Where should you put your Jackson water sensor?
Typically you want to put a water sensor in any spot in the vicinity where you may find unwanted water:
Behind toilets: Guard your bathroom floors from dripping toilet tanks or stuck-up toilets.
Below sinks: Detect blockages in the U-bend before you have to change your bathroom vanity.
With sump pumps and basement drains: Finding a underwater basement in Jackson may cost up to huge sums of money.
Close to water heaters: a Jackson water sensor will let you know that the water heater is rusted out or broken before it drains gallons of water in your home.
Behind major appliances: Washing machines, dishwashers, and refrigerators all can leak water and easily soak your floors!
How does a Jackson water sensor work?
Your Vivint water sensor is a critical part of your Jackson smart home. Here’s how it works:
Sensitive water detection: The advanced alarm messages you and your Vivint monitoring experts to any dripping or pooling water.
Temperature sensors for freezing conditions: Vivint water sensors also pick up dropping temperatures to thwart water damage from frozen pipes.
Compact, wireless design: Just set them in any spot a leak can originate -- no matter how cramped the place.
Phone alerts for quick action: Frozen pipes or strong storms have a fondness for happening while you're not around. But don't worry. You'll receive a message any time your water sensor detects a problem. Or check the Vivint App anytime to check their status.
Vivint monitoring provides an additional layer of protection: Your Vivint monitoring team will also be alerted of any water issues. No matter where you are, help will be moving your way!
Get Your Home Security System With Water Sensors Today!
Tailor-make your Vivint home security system to include all the alarms, security cameras, and sensors you want. Just call (601) 607-9990 today or fill out the online form for your complimentary quote.