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Flood Sensors Branson MO

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D & M Security
(417) 337-7612
3515 Arlene Dr # A100
Branson, MO
Continental Alarm & Detection Company
(402) 333-4600
4544 South 133rd Street
Omaha, AR
Marketing Director
10730 Pacific Street #29
Omaha, AR
Tary & Associates
(314) 378-4243
5416 Belmont Dr.
High Ridge, MO
Kenco Fire Equipment
(417) 831-7669
1810 E Saint Louis St
Springfield, MO
Ozark Security Svc Sale's
(417) 334-5695
101 State Dr # D
Hollister, MO
Interactive Systems ADT Powerhome
(402) 861-8400
14216 Dayton Circle Suite 16
Omaha, AR
Fbe Llc
(573) 459-6685
4723 Highway 185
New Haven, MO
(573) 443-1631
806 N Providence Rd # 10
Columbia, MO
All Com Digital Security Systs
(573) 392-6307
557 Highway M
Eldon, MO

Flood Sensors

Flood sensors or alarms notify you when there is water leakage in your home. Flood alarms are useful in seasonal cottages that are not occupied year round because they will alert you to leaks, septic backup and overflow, broken pipes, power outages, cracked foundations and springtime and storm flooding.

Although many North Americans only experience flooding during springtime, devastating floods occur in the United States every single year and are considered the number one natural disaster in the U.S. in terms of death and property damage. When it comes down to it & flooding is a global concern. Whether you're in a flood risk zone or not, just one inch of flood water can cause severe damage to your home.

Installing a flood alarm will help monitor leak prone areas in your home or cottage as well as alert you to damaging water accumulation or internal flooding. Flood alarms should be installed near sump pumps, washing machines, kitchen plumbing or anywhere flooding is a possible.

Flood monitors can be used in conjunction with temperature sensors that clip on and monitor specific pipes that are prone to freezing. Flood sensors are also sold in water valve shut-off kits, which monitor for moisture then close to protect everything downstream from a flood.

Flood alarms range in price from $20 to $70 online. Flood temperature sensors cost about $65 and automatic valve shut-off kits range from $360 to $400 online.

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How important is public safety and overall crime rate in selecting where you are going to live?
Not at all important: 6%
Not very important: 2%
Neutral: 8%
Somewhat important: 28%
Very important: 53%
Do you have a security system in your home/apartment?
Yes: 44%
No: 55%
How frequently do you 'arm' your security system?
Every night: 57%
Whenever I leave the house: 5%
Every night and whenever I leave the house: 21%
Only when I'll be gone for a long period of time: 15%
Almost never: 0%
Other: 0%
Since installation, has your home security system actively kept you safer?
Yes, more than once: 31%
Only once: 0%
Thankfully, never had to: 63%
Not sure: 5%
How important is having a home security system to your 'peace of mind'?
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Not very important: 5%
Neutral: 21%
Somewhat important: 15%
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Very important: 57%
Did you personally pay for any part of your home security system?
Yes: 84%
No: 15%
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