Water Sensors Can Be Placed Under Appliances
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What are common uses for water sensors?
The great thing about a water sensor is how useful it is. Some can detect a fraction of an inch of water overflow on the floor and sound an alarm or tone to let you know.
Here are places you can put water sensors:
- Under the bathroom sink, where leaks can cause water damage to cabinets or flooring.
- Next to the water heater to detect early signs of leaks and save you money.
- Under refrigerators, dishwashers and washing machines. Catch leaks before they damage your floors and prevent the unhealthy growth of mold.
- In your basement. Put sensors in areas where you think water will collect.
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