The 10 Best Smart Home Water Monitors

Updated January 02, 2019 by Quincy Miller

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We spent 28 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. Fires and earthquakes may get all the press, but a humble water leak can ruin your abode just as effectively. These smart monitors use your Wi-Fi connection to let you know if anything's awry with your pipes, regardless of where you might be at the time. You'll get a text, email, or push notification as soon as something's amiss, allowing you to rush home or call a neighbor for help. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best smart home water monitor on Amazon.

10. Samsung ZigBee

9. Wasserstein Plug & Play

8. Streamlabs SmartHome

7. Wally Sensor

6. Iris 3315-L1

5. Zircon Leak Alert

4. Minger Govee

3. Grohe Sense Guard

2. Flume Leak Detector

1. WaterCop Z-Wave

Editor's Notes

January 01, 2019: There are two basic types of monitor to choose from: one that you place in a location you fear might be susceptible to leaks, and another that threads into your existing pipes to check water flow. The latter are much more reliable (and can often allow you to shut off the supply in case of a burst pipe), but they're also more expensive and require at least a little bit of plumbing knowledge to install.

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Last updated on January 02, 2019 by Quincy Miller

Quincy is a writer who was born in Texas, but moved to Los Angeles to pursue his life-long dream of someday writing a second page to one of his screenplays.

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