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End-users can remotely schedule water service shut-off when they will be traveling or on vacation. This avoids unauthorized water use or accidental leaks when no one is available to monitor water use.
This not only helps protect property from costly water damage, but it also increases customer satisfaction of their water services.
Customers also receive a text communication notifying them that water service is slated to resume and to turn off any open faucets or valves in their homes to avoid flooding events.

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End-users can remotely schedule water service shut-off when they will be traveling or on vacation. This avoids unauthorized water use or accidental leaks when no one is available to monitor water use.
This not only helps protect property from costly water damage, but it also increases customer satisfaction of their water services.
Customers also receive a text communication notifying them that water service is slated to resume and to turn off any open faucets or valves in their homes to avoid flooding events.

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End-users can remotely schedule water service shut-off when they will be traveling or on vacation. This avoids unauthorized water use or accidental leaks when no one is available to monitor water use.
This not only helps protect property from costly water damage, but it also increases customer satisfaction of their water services.
Customers also receive a text communication notifying them that water service is slated to resume and to turn off any open faucets or valves in their homes to avoid flooding events.

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End-users can remotely schedule water service shut-off when they will be traveling or on vacation. This avoids unauthorized water use or accidental leaks when no one is available to monitor water use.
This not only helps protect property from costly water damage, but it also increases customer satisfaction of their water services.
Customers also receive a text communication notifying them that water service is slated to resume and to turn off any open faucets or valves in their homes to avoid flooding events.