Do I need a plumber to install the WaterCop valve?
How many water sensors can I use?
Each WaterCop Classic system can support an unlimited number of water and low temperature sensors. Place sensors near or under washing machines, water heaters, icemakers, dishwashers, humidifiers, sinks, toilets, and other areas that are most likely to be the source of water leaks. Homeowners or installers should periodically test sensors with water to ensure proper placement, power supply and communication with the WaterCop valve.
What happens to the WaterCop during a power outage?
How much water must be present for a flood sensor to sense a leak?
Where should I install the WaterCop control valve?
How long will the batteries in my sensors last?
What is the maximum range between the WaterCop sensors & the WaterCop control valve?
Can the WaterCop work with my security or home automation system?
Does WaterCop help me qualify for a discount on my homeowner's insurance premiums?
How can I turn off my water supply manually using the WaterCop?
Does the WaterCop protect against frozen or burst pipes?
Can the WaterCop system be installed outdoors?