What is Mercury’s water leak detection program?
Why should homeowners participate in Mercury’s water leak detection program?
Where is Mercury’s water leak detection program available?
How does a Mercury policyholder participate in it?
What if I’m not currently a Mercury homeowners policyholder, but I want to participate in the program?
Why should I go with the offer from Mercury Insurance vs. purchasing the device on the flumewater.com websites, Amazon, or other retailers?
Is there a monthly fee for using Flume?
Can my premium increase by participating in this program?
*Currently, a discount is available in select states, including AZ, GA, NJ, NV, OK, TX, and VA.
How can I get more information about Mercury’s water leak detection services?
When will I receive my discount?
Does participating in Mercury’s water leak detection guarantee me a discount?
How do I see my discount?
What happens to my discount if I change my mind and no longer wish to participate in the Mercury water leak detection program?
Does Mercury’s water leak detection program qualify me for a water district rebate?
How do I check for a water district rebate for Flume?
How does Flume work?
What do I need for Flume to work at my home?
Can I install it myself?
My water meter is pretty far from my house, will Flume work?
How long will my batteries last?
Can Flume detect low flow water leaks?
How accurate is Flume?
Does it work with a well?
My water meter is in a pit that frequently fills up with water. Will Flume work in it?
Does Mercury Insurance share my water usage information with outside entities?
What data is collected and where is it stored?
How do I contact Flume Support for help?
Who can I contact for help with my homeowners policy?
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