Have you ever been caught off guard by a sudden, expensive water bill?

Has your house ever been damaged by a leaking water heater? Does your toilet run constantly and drain you of cash?

EMC Security has the solution.

 

Introducing the Smart Home Water Monitor. After installing the easy-to-use Water Monitor and the mobile app, you'll be able to monitor your water consumption in real time. That means if the toilet is running, the faucet is dripping, or the water heater is leaking, you'll know immediately, not when you get that hefty bill at the end of the month.

You will also be notified if there is any sudden increase in water flow, alerting you to any emergencies, and allows you to track your water use over the months and years.

Leaky Pipes Draining You of Cash?

The Streamlabs Water Monitor requires no monitoring and after purchasing the system itself, is absolutely FREE.

Key Benefits

  • Get real-time consumption alerts

  • No recurring fees or monitoring costs

  • Easy installation - no tools or pipe cutting

  • Single device monitors the entire home

  • Track historical water usage

  • Integrates with Amazon Alexa 

 

Contact EMC Security to add the Smart Home Water Monitor to your security system today!

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