Residential Flood Protection

Water Probe

The water probe will alert you to flooding in your home or business. The wireless water sensor is a great solution for protecting basements, kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms, water heaters and/ or sump pumps from damage from flooding or water leaks. Broken hoses, burst pipes or faulty appliances can cause catastrophic damage to your home if a water leak goes unnoticed. Not only can the water sensor help you avoid expensive structural damage, but by detecting the water leak as soon as it happens, you can also prevent dangerous health risks from the resulting mold after a flood.

The remote water probe will trigger an alarm when both pins are in contact with 1/4″ of water for (3) minutes. The water sensor will restore the alarm after no water is in contact with the probe for another (3) minutes.

Based on a recent study by the Insurance Research Council, 60% of property claims are caused by faulty indoor appliances or plumbing leaks, 25% are caused by rain or flooding and 11% are caused by sewers and sump pumps. Why not maximize your security system by adding environmental protection?

Smart Water Valve

The Smart Water Valve provides peace of mind that your home is protected against water damage. Set up rules to automatically shut off your water when a water sensor detects a leak. Use your Forest app to turn your water on or off remotely.

Features:

  • Open / close water valve remotely
  • Automatically shut off the water when paired with a water sensor
  • Modular design
  • Z-Wave Plus communication
  • Z-Wave S2 security protocol

This Water Management solution works by combining a Z-Wave Water Valve and wireless radio frequency (RF) Water Sensors to detect floods and leaks and automatically shut off a home’s water supply.

The Z-Wave Water Valve can be installed by a certified plumber, and enrolls into the Z-Wave network.

For additional information on how to protect your home from Flood Damage, Call Forest at 708-452-2000 or contact us below:

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