What is WaterCop and How Will It Help You?

What is WaterCop™ and How Will It Help You?

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Stop small plumbing leaks before they become major flood problems and ruin your home.

Homeowners can benefit from the protection and peace of mind that the WaterCop™ system (or a similar system) provides to their home. Flood damage is the most common home insurance claim that is made throughout the U.S.   Your Insurance coverage can help to ease the financial pain of repairs, but, depending on the damage, it may be impossible to fully recoup the sentimental value of everything you’ve lost.

How WaterCop™ (or a similar system) works

The WaterCop™ automatic shutoff valve gets installed on the main water line near the existing manual shut-off valve. WaterCop™ flood sensors are installed near appliances that use water and in rooms where using water is common. When leaking water comes in contact with any of the sensors, a wireless signal is immediately broadcast to the WaterCop™ automatic shutoff valve causing the valve to close. Water flow is quickly cutoff to all areas of the home and any continuous flooding is stopped.

Consult with your homeowners association, management company and plumber regarding the installation and use of this device prior to purchasing.

Make sure you have the proper home insurance to cover you in case of the unexpected. In 1961, Bernard “Bud” Brown and George Hoffman came together to form Hoffman Brown Company. This partnership established the simple founding principle that still guides our business today: “Do the right thing, every day.” For all of your Southern California home insurance needs, contact Hoffman Brown Company in Sherman Oaks.

COVID-19 Update:

The Coronavirus, officially COVID-19, has become a global health emergency. One of the measures Hoffman Brown Company has taken to keep our CLIENTS and Teammates safe was to design a complete virtual work environment. For the foreseeable future, our colleagues will be conducting business virtually to avoid any disruption in our ability to serve you. These measures are based on the CDC’s guidance and will evolve with the situation. Please know that we are fully functional, available and look forward to being of service.