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January 4, 2013 / Zircon Corporation

How to Save Time and Money by Using Zircon Tools

Finding ways to circumvent costly remodeling mistakes and create operational efficiencies can lead to a finished construction project that is delivered on time and within budget. To obtain premium results, professional builders, contractors, and home improvement enthusiasts alike need tools that provide optimal value, are simple to use, perform efficiently, and eliminate guesswork.

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MultiScanner® i520 OneStep® quickly and easily locates the edges and center of wood and metal studs and joists behind walls, floors, and ceilings.

By using Zircon’s products, tool users save significant time and money. Zircon’s stud finders and multifunction wall scanners, for example, enable users to not only find the edges, but center, of studs in just one pass.  Rather than using ineffective tools that might take multiple tries, have faulty readings, and are not simple to use, Zircon’s StudSensor™ and MultiScanner center finding stud finders provide ease of use, affordability, and durability.

Zircon’s Breaker ID saves time for electricans, homeowners, and contractors. Rather than shutting off power to the entire house, or going through time consuming trial-and-error, the Breaker ID finds the right circuit breaker every time. Take the mystery out of your breaker box with the Breaker ID Circuit Finder. Now you can quickly identify circuits before flipping a single switch—even when working alone.

During the winter months, weather related damage can be averted by using Zircon’s Leak Alert™. The Leak Alert™ electronic water detector help prevents serious and costly water damage in your home. This self-contained battery-powered unit will sound a loud alarm the second it gets wet, alerting you to a potential water leak. Place it near sinks, water heaters, sump pumps, and washing machines and find out about leaks before they can cause major water damage.

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When the Leak Alert™ detector comes in contact with water, it sounds an 85 dB alarm.

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