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4 Reasons Why Water Control Systems Matter

4 Reasons Why Water Control Systems Matter
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Water is essential for life and for business.

It is also one of the most important things to make sure that you control. An unexpected high water bill can be a disaster, and the only thing possibly worse is water damage.

Failure to monitor and maintain water flow can cost thousands of dollars per year! Fortunately, Sphere has a perfect solution. Using our water control system technology, we can monitor your water flow and prevent unforeseen expenses.  

How Water Control Systems Work

A water control system is exactly what it sounds like – a system designed to control the flow of water.

Getting more specific, these systems control the rate or direction of the water flow: they essentially direct how much fluid goes where, and at what pressure. More modern systems, like the ones that are available through Sphere AV, can not only be controlled digitally but they can also alert you to pressure issues such as leaks and even shut off the water automatically when a leak happens. 

Why Water Control Systems Matter

Water controls save money!

As anyone who has ever opened their utility bills can tell you, water is an expensive commodity. It is also one of the few things that no home or business can truly go without.

Thankfully, a water control system from Sphere can make sure you keep that essential flow going without breaking the bank every month: controlling how much water goes where in a house or office ensures less waste, so you only pay for the water you use.

If a water leak causes a spike in your bills, having proof of that leak from your water control system can ensure you get properly reimbursed.

Water systems can save your property – or even your life.

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Water leaks tend to cost more than money.

Burst or malfunctioning piping can lead to costly or even potentially life-threatening water damage. A pipe leaking silently into the walls causing black mold can make a place uninhabitable until the problem is cleaned up, and even lead to long-term poor health if people breathe it in for too long.

Not only that, but any leaking liquid coming near any electronics or wiring can cause disaster – shorted computers, power outages, or even electrical fires. Fortunately, a properly installed water control system can let you know when there’s a problem and where to find it, so you can shut off flow to that area until it gets fixed and stop a mild annoyance before it becomes a crisis.

You cannot stop a problem you don’t know about, and if you find out too late the cost could be more than money.

These systems can save the environment!

Planet earth is the only one we have, and it is everyone’s job to be a good steward of our natural resources. Using more water than we need can negatively impact the world around us, and it starts by being a drain on our own local environment.

We all want the places we live, work, and socialize to be beautiful and healthy – part of that starts with conservation. Our job at Sphere AV is to help you do your part to make your little slice of terra firma a better place, without having to expend mental energy or impose stricter restrictions on your lifestyle. 

A water system is designed bring you peace of mind.

If you’ve ever stood next to a flowing stream, sat out on a boat at the nearby lake, or just stopped briefly in your daily commute to appreciate the flow of a fountain, you know that running water can be a very soothing thing.

Studies show that the sound and sight of water can have a calming effect on the mind and body, leading to a sense of peace overall. Adding water fixtures can make your home a sanctuary, or make your office the type of place where employees want to work and love to work.

For more on that, check out our Natural Design page, or read more about natural audio in one of our other articles!

If you would like more information on getting a system installed, please call us at 205-777-5626.

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