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At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients. That’s why we’re happy to provide you with tips and resources to help you protect your home from interior water damage caused by leaking or bursting pipes or appliances.

Water damage is more common and costly than you think.

#1

source of property damage is non-weather-related water losses

Chubb Personal Risk Services Claim Data 

2x as likely

to suffer a second water loss if you've already experienced one

3 months

average time clients are out of their home after additional living expense is activated

Help protect your home and prevent issues from happening in the first place

Installed by a plumber directly onto your water line, a flow-based water leak detection device monitors the flow of water throughout your home. If an unusual activity or flow of water is detected – probably caused by a leak somewhere in your plumbing or pipes – the device is designed to alert you first and then shut off your water supply to help minimize damage.

Devices to help protect your home from water damage

To choose the water shut-off device that works for you, consider one of the Chubb-preferred devices shown below. If you have questions, you can reach out to a Chubb Water Specialist at prsrisksolutions@chubb.com

By being a Chubb client, you are eligible to receive a discount on the device and may be eligible to receive a discount on your Chubb homeowner's insurance policy. 

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StreamLabs Control

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The Leak Defense System

 

 

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Eddy IQ

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The Flologic System

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Beagle Services offering flow-based leak detection devices for your home

You can engage your plumber of choice to have water leak detection devices installed in your home. One such option to consider in certain states is Beagle Services.

BeagleServices is a part of the Chubb Trusted Network and offers tailored plumbing services for Chubb personal lines clients.

Except for StreamLabs, devices, and products described herein are provided by third-party vendors not affiliated with Chubb. Chubb assumes no liability or responsibility for products and/or services provided by these vendors. The offer described herein is not an indication that insurance coverage is available under any Chubb policy for any particular incident. StreamLabs, Inc. is a wholly-owned, non-insurance, subsidiary of Chubb Limited which offers Internet of Things (IoT) enabled water monitoring, leak detection, and water shut-off devices and systems for residential and commercial properties. For more information about StreamLabs, please visit www.streamlabswater.com.


When reviewing options for a new automatic water shut-off device, consider your plumbing needs and the impact of shutting off water to various mechanical systems and appliances in your home. Hiring a licensed plumber who has experience with automatic shut-off devices can assist in identifying the potential impact to these systems and appliances. Proper setup of your water shut-off device can help protect the mechanical systems and appliances in your home and limit false alerts while monitoring your home for abnormal water use.

What you can do

One of the best ways to prevent water damage is it to install a flow-based water shut off device. See how they work by watching these animated videos.

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Help protect your condo, co-op, or apartment with point-of-leak sensors

To choose the leak detection sensors that work for you, consider one of the Chubb preferred vendors shown below. If you have any questions on these products or others, reach out to a Chubb Water Specialist at  prsrisksolutions@chubb.com

 

The sensors you choose can be professionally installed by Chubb preferred vendor, Beagle Services, a plumber of your choosing, or they have easy DIY installation that can be done by yourself, your property manager or a contractor. Follow Chubb’s simple water sensor installation guide describing where to place point of leak sensors. 

 

As a Chubb client, you can receive a discount on the cost of the sensors and may be eligible to receive a discount on your Chubb condominium insurance.  The insurance policy discounts are only available in select states, so check with your insurance agent for more information.

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Where to place point-of-leak sensors in your condo or co-op

To best protect your home, point-of-leak sensors should be installed near all water using devices.

Beagle Services offering point-of-leak sensors set up

You can engage your plumber of choice to have water leak detection devices installed in your home. One such option to consider in certain states is Beagle Services.

Beagle Services is part of the Chubb Trusted Network and offers tailored plumbing services for Chubb personal lines clients. A Beagle Water Security consultant will come to your home and advise you of the right number of sensors and will install them on the spot, so you don't have to.

Devices and products described herein are provided by third party vendors not affiliated with Chubb. Chubb assumes no liability or responsibility for products and/or services provided by these vendors. The offer described herein is not an indication that insurance coverage is available under any Chubb policy for any particular incident.

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What Do Others Say?

Deciding to install a flow-based water shut off device is an important decision in protecting your home. Hear what other Chubb clients think about their water shut-off devices.

Joe and Roberta Z.

Joe and Roberta installed an extra layer of protection, to help prevent water damage from happening in the future.

Additional Resources

The smartest way to prevent water damage

Learn 7 tips to get you started

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Tips for keeping your home dry and safe

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Locating and measuring your main water line

Main water pipe size measuring guide for your convenience.

 

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