Flood monitoring and protection systems catch leaks before disaster happens

Flood Monitoring & Detection Systems

Detect Leaks Before They Become Disasters

From leaky plumbing and burst pipes, to water main breaks and damaged water heaters, a flood in your home or business can cost thousands of dollars. Get ahead of the damage with Flood Detection and Monitoring from My Alarm Center.

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Get Alerted Before the Damage Is Done

Life can become unexpectedly expensive and aggravating… but some accidents can be avoided. Receive real-time flood alerts to your mobile device, and even shut off your water source at the onset of potential damage.

How Flood Monitoring Works

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Big Savings On Flood Monitoring and Protection

Stay one step ahead of life’s unexpected nuisances
with Flood Detection and Monitoring for every budget.

Flood Aware

Know exactly when you need to take action. $100 per sensor offer includes:

  • Professional sensor installation
  • $5/month flood monitoring*
  • Real-time flood alert via text message or phone call the moment water is detected

Flood Alert

Get alerted and automatically stop flooding in its tracks. $499 total offer includes:

  • Professional sensor installation
  • $10/month flood monitoring*
  • Real-time flood alert via text message or phone call the moment water is detected
  • When water is detected your shut-off valve will automatically halt the supply of water at the source

*Agreement required. Prices may vary by region.

Protect Yourself Against The Unexpected

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Or Call 855-334-6562

Questions? We’re Here to Help

What is the cost of a flood in the home?  

Repairing water damage costs an average of $15,000 but can reach up to $26,800 depending on the extent of the flooding. Issues like appliance replacement and repair, wall insulation and drywall paneling, floor repairs, interior wall finishes, electrical and plumbing repairs, or door, base trim, and window replacement can all contribute to high water damage repair costs. 

Why do pipes burst?  

Pipes can burst when water freezes and expands in the pipes. When the water has nowhere to go it exerts catastrophic pressure on the pipes, causing a burst.  

How can I prepare for a man-made flood in my home? 

In order to prepare your home for a man-made flood, buy and install flood detection and prevention products which will alert you if and when water is detected. Once detected, you’ll be alerted of the risk and can stop the flow of water into your home. Upgraded flood detection can do this for you.  

Additionally, invest in flood insurance and routinely check and ensure that pipes, water heaters, foundations, plumbing and drainage systems are all up to code and functioning properly.  

What are the different types of home flooding? 

There are two different types of house floods: natural/environmental floods and man-made floods. Environmental floods are the result of natural disasters heavy rains, flash floods, mud flows, hurricanes and more.  

While environmental floods are often dependent on where you live, burst pipes, plumbing problems, and malfunctioning water heaters that lead to man-made house floods are much more common.  

How can I minimize damage from frozen pipes?  

Be aware of cold fronts in your area that may put your plumbing at risk. If you’re worried your pipes may already be in the process of freezing, first turn off the main water valve, cutting off water to all plumbing in your home.  

Next, open faucets so that any accumulated water drains down the pipes instead of through the cracks of any frozen pipes. Lastly, move furniture and valuables away from the pipe break/ flood to reduce damage.