Meet Buoy

Almost every home loses 10% of its water to leaks that can be easily fixed

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Installs on your water line

A qualified plumber will install your Buoy at your home’s main water line, which sits after the water main on the street but before water enters your home. 

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Installation Configurations

A plumber can install your Buoy inside or outside your house, but it must always be accessible. It can be installed vertically or horizontally, with copper pipe or flexible (tubing). If you’re short on space between pipes, you can use the optional waterhorn accessory.

Quick Start Guide (PDF)

Installation Guide (PDF)

What you'll need

• WiFi network using Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n @ 2.4GHz
• Accessible main water line for a single residence (not an apartment)
•If installing indoors, a 110v power outlet for Buoy to plug into
• Phone or tablet with iOS 8 or later, or Android 4.4 or later

In the Box:

• Your Buoy device
• Rechargeable battery
• Battery charger, adapter, and power cord

Installation Hardware:
• Rubber gasket rings (6)
• ¾” meter couplings (2)

Optional: waterhorn accessory

The Buoy App

The app is where the data comes to life. See how many gallons you use to shower and what you use to keep your lawn green. Chances are, you’ll see something else: leaks. The app will show the 10 percent of water that homes typically lose to slow leaks, and if there’s a sudden or potentially damaging leak, you can shut off your water from a button in the app.

Game Changing Alerts: 
Homeowners’ insurance companies pay $9.1 billion in water damage annually, and industry studies estimate that 93 percent of that could be avoided by using a leak detection device with remote shutoff.

On the Screens:
• At-a-glance data for your entire home
• Water use by category
• Leak alerts
• Remote shutoff button