Backflow, a reversal in the flow of water in a plumbing system, is a fairly common problem caused by backpressure. Since backflow can contaminate both your water supply and the main water line, most homeowners and businesses are required to have a backflow prevention system, or an RPZ (reduced pressure zone) assembly. Federal regulations also require backflow assemblies for a variety of equipment that use water, such as refrigerators, ice boxes and water fountains.
At AAA City Plumbing , we are dedicated to protecting your water supply through comprehensive testing of backflow and RPZ (reduced pressure zone) assemblies. With a staff of highly trained and experienced assembly evaluators and state-of-the-art testing equipment, we have the tools to provide you with complete protection against water system contamination.
So whether your backflow testing needs are residential, commercial or industrial, we can help. For more information or to receive a free estimate, please contact us today.
Frequently Asked Questions About Backflow
2. If your water comes from a private well, it probably is safe, but we highly recommend that the water be tested. Then, a water filtration system will be recommended. Again, this will improve the overall appearance, taste and odor of your water.
If the annual certification of the backflow located at your water meter is due, please feel free to call our office to schedule the inspection of your backflow.