5 Plumbing Updates to Make Your Home Water Smart

Posted On January 7, 2021

Everyone wants a smart home nowadays and you should know that “smart” is not just something you can do about security, lighting or electricity; plumbing can also be enhanced in a smart home.

Here are a few plumbing updates you can install to make your home water smart.

  1. Smart water leak detector

A wireless water leak detector and smart alarm connects directly to Wi-Fi, monitors water leaks in hard-to-reach places and is very easy to use.

  1. Smart water control kit

Think of the worst thing that can happen when you are on vacation: a pipe breaks, the basement floods, mold on the walls, the furniture is ruined and … stop right there! A smart kit for water control closes the valve, turns off the water and saves the day – and your holiday!

  1. Smart Irrigation Systems

Maintaining a beautiful garden is especially demanding because of the multitude of tasks that you have to perform regularly and thoroughly. With a smart irrigation system synchronizing the sprinklers with weather plug-in, one of these tasks can be deleted from your list.

  1. Smart Toilets

Smart toilets are still largely associated with luxury bathrooms designs, but actually they have functional features everyone would like to enjoy:

  • Auto flush and water conservation flush options
  • Overflow protection
  • Heated seats
  • Self-cleaning capacities
  • Deodorizing capabilities
  • Leak alerts etc.
  1. Smart showers

Innovative technology allows the individual setting of water jets and their flow.

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Written by Connor

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