Following new technological inventions in the last few years, we recommend upgrading your Maryland home with smart home automation plumbing systems to conserve natural resources while also preventing water damage in your home. 

These innovations include bathroom and kitchen fixtures and plumbing products that can also make cleaning easier.

The Latest Plumbing Technology For Your Home
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Below are some ideas to upgrade your home and help prevent future water damage.

Touchless Faucets and Toilets

Bathrooms are where mold and bacteria thrive. And, these germs grow on different surfaces in the bathroom. 

Diseases and flu spread when people touch these surfaces and take their hands to their eyes, nose, or mouth. 

Avoiding contact with the faucets and toilets will keep your hands clean, thereby preventing sicknesses. 

With the touchless faucet and toilet technology, you can flush the toilet and wash your hands without physically turning a knob or handle.

Flood stop technology

Home appliances like washing machine, dishwasher, water heater, and toilets can fail, resulting in an indoor flood. Technology, like an electronic flooding detector system, can be installed for quick detection of water damage. 

If there is potential water damage at a high-risk area, the sensor will quickly detect it and stop the supply of water to that area of your home.

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless systems are up to 50% more efficient than the traditional water heater systems. The tankless heater system will only supply water on demand instead of keeping a huge tank of water heated like the traditional ones. 

You could even save more by installing solar-powered panels on the roof to run the system. Water travels beneath the panels and returns to the unit for use, without using electricity or gas.

More Accurate Yard Care

There are also smart techs for your lawn. Systems like ETWater track the required amount of water needed to keep your landscape in a green, healthy shape through your smart device. 

The smart device also adapts to weather changes, knowing the exact amount of rainfall your lawn has gotten so that water isn’t wasted.

Talk to our certified experts for more friendly, high-quality advice about the latest technology, to reduce the chances of water damage and make your Maryland home more comfortable.

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