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The Best Option to Prevent Leaks

Flood and Leak Protection

With the amount of rainfall we collect in Ohio, it is the safest option to invest in a flood and leak prevention tool to prevent water damage before it occurs. As you collect water damage in your home, you are risking weakened structure, the potential growth of health-threatening mold, or high costs to fix the problem. It is better for you to invest in our LeakSmart tool to give you the peace of mind you deserve.

This tool has the ability to detect leaks within your home and stop water damage before it even begins. At the first sign of leakage, the LeakSmart tool will shut off your water, give you alerts through the system, and send a message to your phone, letting you know what happened. Also, with this tool, you have the ability to turn your water off from anywhere at any time, just for added security that your home is safe from the dangers of water damage.

Our complete LeakSmart system consists of the valve, the sensor, and the hub. These three powerhouses together will prevent water damage fast. The valve is attached directly to your house's primary water supply and can quickly shut the water supply off with the first detection of a leak. Our LeakSmart sensor monitors the moisture and temperature of your home and will alert the hub when it detects a leak of any kind. The benefits of this small tool are that it can be placed next to appliances or near pipes that are prone to leaking. Finally, we offer the LeakSmart hub; this nifty tool is the center of your leak prevention strategy. It receives signals from the sensors and, in the case of a leak, will alert the valve to immediately shut off the water supply.

To keep your family and your home safe, we encourage you to invest in the LeakSmart system today! For more information, visit our website or give us a call at 330-828-8888!

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