I am the Service Manager for an apartment community in Bothell, WA. We have 500 + apartments here and one of our major challenges has been washer floods. When we experienced major washer floods on the third story paying a contractor $15,000 to demo and put back together an apartment became routine.
I read an article for flood stop in Handyman magazine, the April 2006 issue. I decided to give it a try and ordered the water heater model. I tested Flood Stop for 5 months (stepping on the sensor to see if it breaks, spraying and putting small drops of water on it.) I experienced no problems with Flood Stop and the project was approved by my manager. We ordered 500 + water heater Flood Stops a year and a half ago. Tracking the amount of saved floods, and the dollar value attached, a very conservative estimate shows we have prevented 34 floods, equaling $50,000 in savings.
I have been extremely satisfied with Flood Stop and have decided to install it in my own house. I highly recommend this clever product!
34 Saved floods!
$176,800 in savings in just one in half years!
If you are not already offering the FloodStop products, I would highly recommend getting more information and checking them out.
I think they are great, and I've learned that almost everyone knows someone that has experienced an appliance flood. These products are easy to sell!
Gary Bender- Archstone Properties
After requesting your discount below, go to the site and pick up a couple units and try them out.
Automatically shutoff the water supply if appliance starts to leak!
FloodStop units for:
Ice Makers and water filters
Dish Washers and toilets