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Why use a Water leakage sensor

What is a Smart Home Water Sensor?

Fixing water damage can be an expensive business. Often, we don't know there's a problem until most of the damage has been done. Most of the damage was due to broken seals, blocked pipes, loose connections, excessive water pressure and more, according to the magazine. This is where smart home leak detection comes in. By installing some of the right water leakage sensors around the house, you can save yourself a lot of money on repairs because you'll be notified via an alarm if a leak is detected. If they detect too much water or humidity, the sensors trigger an alarm and send you a notification via a smart home app.

How does it work?

Whenever someone hears about a water sensor, the first question on their mind is, inevitably, how does water detection work? That's easy. When you buy a smart WiFi water sensor, all you have to do is place it anywhere that might get water or leaks. Good places are near the washing machine, the basement, or the toilet. The leak sensor comes equipped with a sensitive probe that can detect water to alert you when it's leaking, potentially saving you thousands of dollars in damage.

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Type of leakage sensor

There are a number of different options when purchasing a smart leak sensor. Most sensors will detect moisture or moisture and give you enough warning that you should be able to avoid significant damage. Other, more expensive water leakage sensors are the most sensitive and can even detect acoustic changes.

Potential causes of water leakage

There are many reasons for leaks. Leaking toilets are very common. The usual culprit in such cases, according to the EPA, is a frayed "toilet flap" or valve seal. These rubber blocks are cheap to replace but can cause a lot of damage. Leaky faucets are also common as washing machines and washers wear out, as are shower heads. Freezing of water pipes also happens a lot in cold weather, because when water freezes in pipes, it expands and creates tremendous pressure, damaging the pipes.

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Where is the leak detection system installed?

The effectiveness of water leakage sensors depends on where they are placed. To get the most out of your water leak detection system, here are some of the best places we recommend:

1) Basement
Did you know that 98% of basements have water damage at some point? Not only that, but a flooded basement can cause major damage, so this is one of the key places to install a smart water detector.

2) Bathroom
This is another major site of flooding. As mentioned earlier, toilets and shower heads, not to mention sinks, are often the main culprits for leaks due to frayed-out baffles, washers and washers. So, this is another great place to put a leak detector.

3) Water heater
If you have an old tank, this is another important place to install a water leak detector, as they are prone to damage and spring leaks. Installing a water leak sensor here can save you a lot of money and a lot of trouble.

4) Foreign exchange
Leaks in sinks are tricky. They tend to be more minor leaks over time due to wear and tear on the washing machine, and leaks are often not discovered until a lot of damage has been done. The water leakage sensor placed here avoids this considerable problem.

5) Laundry room
This is another smart place to put sensors, as washing machines often get clogged or leak, causing a lot of annoying and expensive damage.

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