Prevent aggravating headaches and unnecessary stress with Guardian.
The Guardian Leak Prevention System is a stand-alone solution with long-range (1,000 feet line-of-sight) RF Communication that has been designed to combat the 14,000 water damage claims that are filed in the U.S. every day.
The Guardian System can go 15-years (The battery life our Leak Detectors) without maintenance creating the ultimate peace-of-mind water mitigation solution. Using 15-years as our benchmark, we can easily break down payments to several cents per day. For less than a pack of chewing gum, you can protect your home and processions while keeping thousands of dollars in preventable water damage repairs in your bank..
1 LEAK DETECTOR (GLD1)
Place throughout your home to monitor toilets, basement doors, sump pumps, water heaters, appliances, sinks, drains, and more for leaks and floods. Each Leak Detector senses water using five different points of detection (on-top and bottom of housing) to provide installation flexibility.
15-year battery life
1000' range (line-of-sight) from the Valve Controller (sold separately)
Add 100+ additional Leak Detectors to your system to maximize detection coverage
Detects freezing temperatures
A waterproof housing
1 Valve Controller and 1 Leak Detector (KGLPS1-1)
1 Valve Controller and 3 Leak Detectors (GVD3)
Water damage is
unpredictable, unbiased, and extremely costly!
It is also preventable!
Homeowners insurance is costly, but worth it. The right policy can protect you against some of the most unpredictable dangers.
How much is homeowners insurance?
Expect to pay around $3.50 for every $1,000 of your home's value. On a $250,000 home, this equals $875 per year.
How much is the average homeowners insurance per month?
The average homeowner pays $94.33 per month for homeowners insurance. This was a 3.3% increase over the previous year. That's $1,131 per year.
What is the average homeowners insurance deductible?
The average homeowner has a deductible between $500 and $1,000. If costs are an issue, choose a higher deductible. This often provides a lower premium.