Backflow Prevention Testing for Phoenix Metropolitan Residents
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The reverse flow of water through clean water lines is called backflow. It can be a serious health hazard if it contains chemicals, fertilizers, sewage, and other contaminants. When water is siphoned into the drinking water from factories, pools, and other sprinkler systems, it can cause serious health issues.
While the United States has one of the safest public water worldwide, it records a staggering 32 million cases of acute gastrointestinal illness annually. Unfortunately, one of the culprits is backflow from contaminated water. To ensure your water is safe, you will need backflow testing services. This is where we come in.
At Ranger Rooter, we have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the legal requirements and issues related to backflow prevention. We adhere to the highest level of due diligence to ensure water safety through testing, diagnostics, and repairs. Give us a call and let us know how we can help.
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When our team conducts backflow testing, it is a fast and straightforward process. A certified plumber will assess your backflow preventers, which are the devices designed to keep water flowing in the right direction and to act as a barrier against harmful contaminants.
While conducting backflow testing at your Phoenix home or business, a Rooter Ranger team member will open and close the valves of the prevention device to gauge if it is functioning properly.
We will also look for gauge movement, leakage, and other signs of malfunction. If all the valves are working as they should, you are all set! Otherwise, our expert Phoenix plumbers will recommend any needed repairs to ensure your water is clean and safe.
WHy your home needs professional backflow testing
If you use in-ground irrigation systems like lawn sprinklers, it would be wise to have a preventer. You might also need a backflow assembly if you have a separate irrigation meter at home.
The same principle applies if you have a water-serviced dock at home. If any of the scenarios are true in your case, it is ideal that you get backflow prevention testing at least once yearly.
Don’t wait. Schedule testing today!
How to Pick the Right Backflow Preventer for Your Phoenix Home or Business
An experienced Rooter Ranger plumber will work with you to determine the best type of backflow preventer for your residential or commercial property. Your main options include a pressure vacuum breaker (PVB), a spill-resistant vacuum breaker (SVB), or a reduced pressure (RP) backflow.
A few things to keep in mind as you make your decision: