Apartment Water Leak Detection

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Have you recently had high water bills?

If you are a landlord and you recently had an expensive water bill, you already have a leak. In some cases, even after investigating you won’t be able to find any evidence of an active leak. Even a toilet flapper can get stuck open and cause thousands of dollars in water use. The hard part is finding a leak before it causes damage or thousands in unnecessary water expenses.

MyReads Leak Detection by NES

MyReads Leak Detection monitors your property’s water usage daily. You and your team will receive a daily email report of the water usage. You can also review usage on a weekly, monthly, or annual basis. Catching a leak quickly will prevent a high water bill at the end of the month.
MyReads uses a wireless submeter that is installed on your property’s main water line or whoever you would like to manage usage. The meters are preconfigured for your specific property. You can use as few as 1 or as many as you need to accurately measure usage. Even 1 submeter installed on the main water line in a multi-unit building will help you detect leaks. The wireless submeters do not require WiFi or electricity, the submeter batteries will last for several years. Some cellular data signal is required at the meter installation point.
NES now offers MyReads Leak Detection to all sized properties – a single family home, duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes up to 500+ units.
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MyReads Implementation

NES will program and configure the meter and mail it to you. Simply get a plumber to install and you're done.
  • 1.

    Tell Us What You Need

    Complete the property information form to get started. We need to determine how many meters you will need, the sizes, threading and more.

  • 2.

    Equipment Configuration

    NES will preconfigure the wireless submeter for your specific property. If you need multiple submeters, they will be preconfigured and labeled for each unit, building and property.

  • 3.


    NES will mail the preconfigured submeters for your plumber to install. After the meter is installed, you are all set. The battery lifespan is several years and the meters do not require WiFi.

  • 4.

    Daily Usage Reports

    Visit Myreads.submeter.com to choose your MyReads settings and reports, alerts and more. Maintenance or property managers can also have accounts to monitors usage.


Pricing for MyReads Leak Detection is $59.95/Month per Submeter. Included in that pricing:
  • Daily Water Usage Reporting
  • High Usage Alerts
  • Submeter Cellular Data
  • NES Technical Service
  • Property Manager Login
  • Maintenance Manager Login

*MyReads requires a wireless water meter, which is sold separately. If you currently have wireless meters, they may be compatible with MyReads.

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