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Flood Buzz Line of Water Leak Alarms Provides Early Warning of Potential Leak Hazards

April 17, 2017

Prevent water damage and protect your facilities with Flood Buzz™, the easy-to-use, low-cost, loud and effective small water-leak alarm.  Patented Flood Buzz™ alarms warn of impending water leaks before they wreak havoc by sounding a loud 110 dB alert when it senses a water leak condition. 

Flood Buzz™ water leak alarms are the perfect affordable solution for facilities maintenance. Flood Buzz™ alarms are simple to install with a trouble-free sealed battery that eliminates installation time and costs. Just place the alarm next to any potential leak location and walk away.  For best protection, replace the entire Flood Buzz™ unit by the three-year replacement date.

Several models are available in the Flood Buzz™ line to easily and inexpensively address all of a facility’s water leak-monitoring needs.  From the all-purpose Flood Buzz™ Pro to the new Flood Buzz™ Blue, specifically developed to monitor leaks in water heaters, the Flood Buzz™ line of water leak alarms is all a facilities manager needs to help protect buildings from expensive and damaging water leaks.

Flood Buzz™ is manufactured and distributed by Archetype Ltd., a New Jersey-based product development and manufacturing group at the forefront of providing easily adaptable and affordable products. For more information call 866-797-6686 or visit our website at at www.FloodBuzzAlarms.com or www.FloodBuzzPro.com for product information.

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