More than half of American homes have at least one smart device, and 55% will qualify as smart homes by 2022. Most builders know that new home buyers, 60% according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting, will pay more for smart features, and leak detectors should not be overlooked.
Smart leak detectors go beyond comfort to offer a necessary service, without which can result in catastrophic home damage. A few reasons they should be a part of smart home tech offerings:
• Reduce the chance of water damage, which is 7 times more likely to occur than fire damage, according to Insurance Information Institute.
• Show you have buyers’ best interest at heart by protecting their investment.
• Offer customers comfort, convenience, cost savings and, above all, peace of mind.
To learn more about key features leak protection devices should include …