Q1: Do water leak detectors work?
A1: Yes! One or more water alarms in your home can alert you to take action as soon as a leak starts. They can help you avert long-term damage, including mold build-up, caused by leaks. But they're not a substitute for the routine preventative maintenance your home needs.
Q2: Are water leak detectors worth it?
A2: Yes, the water detectors are worth more than your expectation! The longer a leak goes undetected, the more damage it does, destroying furniture and decoration, spawning mold and fungi, and even threatening structural integrity. A water leak detector can reduce the risk by alerting you to problems quickly, so you can act to prevent severe damage.
Q3: Where is the best place for a water leak detector?
A3: Tuck your water detectors behind the toilet, under the sink, in a corner by the bathtub, or all of the above. If the pipes under your sink develop a slow leak, you may not notice water damage until the items under your sink are destroyed. Put an electronic water leak detector under the sink for peace of mind and to protect your belongings.
Tips: How to maintain a water leak detector?
Water leak detectors are also called moisture-sensitive detectors. As the name suggests, it mainly detects whether the floor of the room is flooded.
- This water detector is a precision instrument, do not disassemble it by yourself.
- The wifi water detector can work continuously for 8 hours when it is fully charged. Please charge it immediately after the work is completed (about 4 to 5 hours before it is fully charged).
- When the smart water leak detector is left unused for a long time, please charge the instrument once every 3 to 4 months (4 hours) to avoid damage to the battery due to the self-consumption of photoelectric energy.
- The water leakage detector is a high-sensitivity device. During use and disassembly, it is strictly forbidden to drop, bump, or drop it, otherwise it will be easily damaged.