1104 Corporate Way
325 Applewood Dr.
917 Annapolis Ave.
Areas We Service
Hours of Operation
Mon - Sun: 8:00am - 7:00pm
Yes, water will be temporarily shut down during the inspection to test the main or domestic plumbing systems in the home.
There are several ways to know if you have a potential leak, such as: If there are any warm floors on a slab foundation. If you hear the sound of water running but no fixtures are turned on. You can also look at your water meter, there is usually a triangle or needle that indicates usage. Turn off all fixtures in the home, if the dial continues to spin, you likely have a leak.
We do not but our close partners EB Leak Detection can assist you with all your pool water saving needs.
Times vary from job to but we estimate it takes about 1.5 - 2.5 hours to complete the installation.
The device immediately goes into learning mode. We encourage our customers to use the water normally at this time, so that the device can begin to learn the habits of the homes water usage. After the first week in learning mode, the device switches over to home mode, protecting your domestic plumbing system from that point.
Flo automatically performs a “health test” every night to test for leaks in the system. If you a get a notification of a leak, we recommend going through the home and shutting off individual valves / angle stops and running the health test again. If you subsequently pass the test it was likely one of the valves you shut off. You can also shut off the supply at the water heater to isolate the hot and cold plumbing in the home.