If you haven't already heard, Notion is capable of many different functions all through one single sensor. Among the coolest features is the integrated water leak detector. If you have experienced water leaks in the past or if you are worried about leaks in the future, Notion could be the answer.
Leaks can come from many different sources around your home. Maybe your plumber made a mistake when he installed your faucet and it's dripping. Or perhaps you have an old water heater and you're worried that the rusty fitting could break loose. Or maybe you live in a part of the world prone to flooding from storms. Whatever the motivation, Notion can help alert you about possible threats to your home.
When leaks are the primary concern, the number of sensors that you need is dependent on the layout and potential problem zones in your house. The sensor needs to feel the water for it to register a leak; this generally means you need one sensor for each potential source of water in your home. We generally see users install one sensor for their washing machine, one for their dishwasher, one under their hot water heater and maybe one in an AC unit drip pan. If a few of those things are in your basement together, or if you are worried about floods due to weather, then one sensor at the low point where water would pool first is also wise. Each home is different and you might be more worried about some locations over others. The beauty of Notion here is the adaptability and modular nature that allows you to add and move sensors as necessary.
It's entirely up to you how you would like to implement Notion for water leaks. These are a few examples that have worked well for our existing users and we hope they can help save you from water damage in your home.
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