When That Pipe Bursts, WaterLock is There FirstFlood Prevention Home Water Shut-Off System
What is WaterLock?
WaterLock is an emergency automatic water shut-off system that you as a homeowner can set to your personal preference and gain peace of mind and protection against major water damage. Our systems are insured and built with quality guaranteed. WaterLock is a single unit water control system that detects leaks and breaks in all pipes, both above and below ground, also detecting leaks and breaks in all your home’s common appliances such as washers, water heaters, sprinkler systems, and spas. WaterLock is also used to prevent unnecessary waste and over-use, which could lower your monthly bill. According to the EPA, Ten percent of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day. If your home has a leak or a break that you are unaware of, such as a leaky toilet, or a broken pipe underground you could be wasting thousands of gallons of water per month. That is a high water bill and a lot of waste!
WaterLock is the solution!
How does WaterLock work?
WaterLock is connected to your main water line as soon as it enters the home or business so that your entire property is protected. The WaterLock system uses timed water flow technology and is all stainless steel, drinking water approved, and contains high quality sensors, valves, and components. WaterLock is easy to install and program, once programmed WaterLock will automatically close if the flow exceeds the set time, preventing any further damage to your home or business. WaterLock can also be connected to an existing alarm notification system so that you can be notified if WaterLock has detected a problem. WaterLock is easily reset by the press of a button.
WaterLock: control systems give you the peace of mind, control, and security you need!
It’s easy to believe it won’t happen to you, but a broken water line is practically inevitable!
What WaterLock can do for you and your home:
- Detects broken water lines/and appliances (above, and below ground)
- Minimizes water damage
- Prevents major flood
- Prevents overuse, and may lower your monthly bill
- Increases awareness
- Protects your home 24/7 when your home or away
- Gives you full control, and peace of mind
What can cause a broken pipe?
- Extreme Temperature drops
- Calcium build-up
- Pressure regulators (these go out every few years)
- Old pipes
- Direct sun
- Root infestations
Homeowners want their homes secure, safe from harm, and protected. When a water line breaks, in 8 hours the home can flood with 8,160 gallons of water! This is outrageous when we are talking about our fresh water. We put fire alarms in our homes to alert us when there is a problem but it is time that we use the same measures of protection when it comes to the first common cause of property damage loss: Water Damage!