DIY Home Protection: Water Leak Detection

Posted by in Projects on January 29, 2018 0 comments

You have smoke detectors in your home to identify and prevent fires, but how are you preventing the more common disaster of water damage? There are many ways you can find a water leak in your home, but by the time you have noticed it, it is most likely too late. Water leaks can range in size and location in your home, and often cause damages varying from $2,000 – $10,000 in a short amount of time. These leaks can develop from washing machines, water heaters, toilets, sump pumps, kitchen appliances, sinks, showers, water supply lines, HVAC equipment, gutters, and downspouts just to name a few.

Trying to prevent these damages from occurring can be expensive and frustrating with the available solutions and their required monthly fees. There is no need for expensive specialized water detectors all throughout your home when all your protection needs can be satisfied with Tarts Sensors. With Tarts Sensors you can monitor different conditions within your home, and not overpay for solutions that aren’t going to meet your individual needs. Tarts Wireless Water Detectors are fully customizable with its simple API, and Arduino, Rasberry Pi, or BeagleBone Black to do anything you want. Seriously, the possibilities are endless.

By making your house smarter, not just in the ways you want it to be, but the ways you need it to be, you can finally take control of your home, and focus your time and money on the things important to you.

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Tarts Sensors provides an enormous opportunity to protect and monitor your home from wherever you are. With our simple, open-source API, there are endless ways to smarten up your home. After reading this post, you hopefully have a better understanding of how you can use modern, connected technology to save money, increase safety, and live better.

Tarts Sensors is the most intuitive, reliable, cost-effective, and customizable solution on the market. For more information, visit the support section of our website.