This New Remote Leak Detection System Will BLOW YOUR MIND!


Water leaks in your home can be quite dangerous and more so if they are not detected early. Leaks can cause flooding, which can damage the structural integrity of your house, or cause the growth of mold and mildew in your home, which can trigger allergies and respiratory issues. But what if we told you there is a way to prevent that from happening? Enter remote leak detection. MeterDog is a remote leak detection system that monitors the water that passes through your meter and detects any leaks immediately. And the best part is it immediately notifies you through an app on your phone if it detects a leak.

How Does the MeterDog Work?

Remote leak detection is the future of plumbing, and every homeowner should have this system in their home. It comes with a quick installation guide and should be fairly easy to install. You also get a magnet to turn it on and off. The sensor is connected to the outlet side of the meter and notes any turns your meter makes. That way, even when you are not at home, the app lets you know if any water starts flowing in the house. If you have a water leak, the system sends you an alert allowing you to turn off the water before the problem worsens. Because you will detect the problem much sooner, you can avoid serious property damage and costly repairs. Additionally, the remote leak detection system also lets you know your 24/7 water usage. You can go in and look at it on a regular basis and understand how much water you are using.

Why Choose the Remote Leak Detection System?

1. It Uses Cellular Connection

MeterDog is cellular, so you don’t have to worry about losing connectivity with your remote leak detection system when your Wi-Fi is disconnected. You don’t have to run an extension cord out in your yard and plug it in; you want it as close to the meter as you can get, get your cellular connection to it, and just like that, you can control all water on your property.

2. It’s Battery Powered

The system is powered by a long-lasting battery that lasts for over one year.

3. You are in Control

You can also install a shut-off valve next to it to shut off the water remotely. That way, even if you’re out of town, you don’t have to worry about water leaks in your home.

Leak Detection Equipment from Leakpro®

Water leaks can lead to costly damages and other problems in your house. A remote leak detection system can let you know when there is a leak in your house and help you shut the water off to prevent further potential disasters. If you are a homeowner or a plumbing technician looking for the best leak detection systems, look no further than LeakPro®  Contact us    today to learn more about our slab leak detection equipment. You can also learn more about this equipment and how to install them on Roger’s YouTube.
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