If you receive a water bill from your local water district, then your water usage is most likely measured by a water meter. To locate your water meter, click here.
Knowing how to read your water meter is a useful way to better understand your water usage.
Your Flume water sensor just got smarter about recognizing potentially damaging and costly leaks. We’ve analyzed tens of thousands of data points for residential irrigation cycles and used machine learning to build a model that eliminates the most common source of false-positive leak warnings.
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Yard irrigation accounts for the lion’s share of household water use—around 70% on average!
Needless to say, if you want to save water around your house, start by ensuring that your irrigation system is sound and functioning optimally.
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You’re going on vacation and don’t want to worry about a thing, like your water.
You help watch over as caretaker for a property and need access to their Flume system to help protect the property from leaks.
Or you have more than one property and want to share your property’s water use and leak alerts with someone who’s there when you aren’t.
With Shared Access, you can easily share your Flume leak alerts or water use with anyone you choose, helping to avoid water leaks and waste.
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Alexa fans– Alexa can now talk to your Flume! You can now ask Alexa things like “Is my water running?” or “How much water did I use today?”
Know your water status or gain insights on your water use without lifting a finger. With Alexa and Flume, you’ll have added peace of mind with or without your phone.
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