Consider this, you are at work, on vacation or anywhere other than your home and the water pipe in your kitchen bursts or the valve under your sink fails and starts leaking everywhere....what are you going to be able to do? Nothing! You will come home and find your cabinets, wood flooring and carpet damaged, not to mention what happens to your drywall when it gets wet. "Water damage is the second most frequently filed insurance claim" according to the Insurance Information Institute. The expensive removal and repairs will run into the thousands of dollars, and don't forget about the time involved to fix everything. In this guide we will show you how you can change all of that by adding Insteon Leak Sensors in key locations around your home.
Where to Install
There are numerous points of potential damage in every home - sinks, bathtubs, showers, dishwasher, washing machine, water heater and toilets.
  • Kitchen Sink
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Laundry Sink
  • Roof, Siding & Window
  • Toilet
  • Refrigerator
  • Dish Washer
  • Clothes Washer
  • Water Heater
  • Plumbing System
  • Water Softener
  • Basement
  • Utility Room
  • Drain & Pump
  • AC System
Get Alerts When There's a Leak
To get instant notification of a water leak on your smartphone, pair an army of Insteon Leak Sensors with an Insteon Hub and you will have instant alerts the moment a leak occurs. Smarthome recently received an email from a customer, Charles, which provided a great example of how the Insteon Water Leak Sensor saved him over $3,000 and truly made a difference for his family.
Insteon Success Story - Water Leak Prevention
In many ways Charles is a typical customer of Smarthome; a homeowner, with a spouse and children. His family lives in a humble 25 year old 4,300 square foot home in New Jersey...
Read Charles' Story
Prevent Disaster Before It Could Happen
The ultimate protection comes from a home that can act on its own and stop a water leak as it happens. For this, take your suite of Insteon Leak Sensors and link them to an IO Module controlling a whole-house shutoff valve. The moment a Leak Sensor detects water, it will automatically turn off the water supply to your entire house, stopping the flood dead in its tracks.
Automatic Water Shutoff Solution
How to setup a system to shut off water automatically when there's a leak. While you might need to hire a plumber to install a whole-house shutoff valve, the several hundred dollars today might save you upwards of $10,000 in damages.
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Every home needs a Leak Sensor. Change the odds in your favor and start protecting your home.

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