The Smart Water Shutoff monitors your entire water supply system for leaks and vulnerabilities, while the Smart Water Detector senses leaks and moisture outside of the pipes, such as overflowing drains, appliance failures, or weather-related issues.
Whether working together or used individually, Flo by Moen™ smart water products are designed to give you the power to monitor, control, and conserve water in your home all from your smartphone.
Smart Water Shutoff
The Smart Water Shutoff is installed on a home’s main water supply line and connects to the Flo by Moen™ App to provide homeowners with a preventative approach to leak detection and protection against costly water damage.
Smart Water Detectors
The Flo by Moen™ Smart Water Detector is a standalone sensor that can be placed anywhere in a home to alert users when and where it detects moisture outside of the pipes to help prevent water damage and loss.
Combine the Smart Water Detector with the Flo by Moen™ Smart Water Shutoff for whole-home protection.
Place the discreet 3.5” Flo by Moen Smart Water Detector in an attic, basement, laundry room or anywhere that is potentially vulnerable to water damage by environmental factors or fixture malfunctions.
The Smart Water Detector can be easily placed under sinks and appliances, near pumps, drains, windows or in attics.
The 3.5 inch, drop-shaped unit comes with a cord and sensor that can extend up to 48 inches, making it perfect for reaching tight spaces.
Next to Toilet
When water, excess humidity or extreme temperatures are detected, the unit sends an alert through the Flo by Moen™ App, text, phone call or email.
If it’s water heaters, back flow prevention, or pressure reducing valves to burst pipes, leaky faucets, and toilets, we can fix it. No matter if your plumbing needs are large or small, our licensed professionals have seen it all. And with our free, no obligation estimates and upfront pricing, you’ll never be hit with sticker shock.
Many expensive repairs can be avoided with a bit of preventative maintenance. Slow or stubborn drains have build-up inside them which are very acidic. This kind of build-up (called sludge) will rot your pipe from the inside out over time, leaving you with a broken drain. At this point, the only thing to do is to replace it. This usually means cutting up your floor and digging down to the rotten pipe. These repairs are labor intensive and can be time-consuming, leaving you without use of your facilities while the repair takes place. By walking into your facility and asking you a few questions, we can tailor a custom preventative maintenance program specifically for your needs and budget.