What Do You Need to Prevent This?
The Leak Defense System®
Broken water line
In minutes, the water can spread to other areas of your home. In hours, pressed wood swells and begins to disintegrate. In winter, a flood from a bursting pipe can quickly freeze and cause catastrophic damage.
Undetected Slow Leak
Often undetected, this can cause electrical hazards, damage to your home’s structure and lead to mold growth.
Installs on your home’s
incoming water line
incoming water line
Your plumber or an authorized Leak Defense System plumber will install the main valve on your home’s incoming waterline. There’s a valve size to fit every application from ¾” to 3”. Once installed, it begins monitoring water flow 24/7 — catching even small leaks.
The Leak Defense System can save you money!
On your water bill —
In an average home, 22 gallons of water are lost to leakage each day. The most common culprits are leaking toilets and/or dripping faucets. The Leak Defense System will help you conserve water.
On your homeowner’s Insurance —
Insurers offer incentive programs to policy holders who have the Leak Defense System installed in their home. Here are the insurers we’ve partnered with to bring you savings!
Easy to program control panel
Program your Leak Defense System to suit your family’s water usage and program for when you are away. Designed to tie into your security system for maximum protection. Provides one-touch turn off of incoming water supply.
Did You Know…
The average cost of repairs for water damage could exceed $20,000 compared to only $6,000 for damage related to roof leaks and other causes of loss.
Water damage claims have been growing faster than other components of homeowners insurance.
Property damage resulting from water damage due to plumbing failures and freezing pipes is the second most common cause of homeowner loss.
Water-damage claims, most from leaky or burst pipes, are the primary cause of rising property-insurance costs.
High humidity conditions that exist after a water loss create the perfect environment for mold growth.
Leaks can be slow and gradual, taking years to detect until significant property damage occurs, or there can be large leaks that quickly produce a variety of damaging results.