Protection starts with detection.
Smoke alarms are credited for saving homeowners and insurance companies billions of dollars in property damages.
Yet, there is another hazard lurking that often goes unaddressed until the damage is done, WATER! Homes, condominiums, apartment buildings, hotels, office buildings, and college dorms are all susceptible and vulnerable to the catastrophic repercussions of water damage.
Plumbing issues such as overflowing toilets, leaking toilet tanks, cracked hoses, damaged fill valves, leaking valves, leaking pipes, overflowing sinks, and more can lead to common, and often devastating consequences.
Leaks can be an incredible headache and inconvenience for the homeowner, and or property manager. Once a leak is visible, or a flood occurs, the damage can be disastrous and expensive. Flooring and subflooring often need to be replaced, along with drywall and insulation, in order to prevent mold from forming.
Personal belongings and relocation costs are often not covered during water leaks. All of these factors do not include the lengthy and time-consuming process of submitting a claim with the insurance company.