Prevent Flooding in your Home with our Main Water Shut-Off System
There are many common appliances in your home that use water and every single one of them puts your home at risk. When water heaters age, rust or corrode, when a refrigerator or dishwasher line breaks, or when the washer machine hose bursts and starts flooding your home you can trust that WaterLock will always be there to detect the problem, day or night, any day, any hour, WaterLock will automatically shut off your water further preventing major damage to your home.
Things that commonly cause leaky, broken, or burst pipes and hoses such as high pressure, aging pipes, freezing temperatures, corrosion, calcium build-up, faulty plumbing and more also put your home at risk for flood or major water damage that may ultimately be irreversible. Once your home has major water damage everything must be torn down, torn out, repaired and replaced. Although the damage to the home’s structure or the value of the home itself may never be the same. WaterLock can automatically shut the main water supply off to limit the damage done by a pipe or appliance failure.
Many things in your home are simply irreplaceable! Any of your computer data, old photographs, antiques, artwork, family heirlooms, and important paperwork are some of the things that may be in your home that can never be replaced when a flood or major water damage occurs. WaterLock not only shuts off the main incoming water supply but can give you peace of mind while away from your property! Our system is used in Vacation rental properties as well as commercial applications. Homeowners love the WaterLock and lower insurance rates can be enjoyed after installation.
Our product is quality guaranteed, and built right here in the US!
Waterlock: $2,387.00 (total with taxes & installed)
Without WaterLock your home and everything you own are at risk!
Common appliances in your home that can leak, break, and burst without warning:
- Water heaters
- Washing machines
- Pressure regulators
Things that commonly cause leaky, broken, or burst pipes.
- High Pressure
- Aging Pipes
- Freezing Temperatures
- Calcium Build-up
- Faulty Plumbing