When you hire us, you can feel confident that the job will be done right the first time, every time. We work hard to meet and exceed backflow industry standards. We will handle everything from repairs to installation and annual testing. From start to finish, we will provide the highest quality service.
Whether it is for your own home, or residential property you manage, you can always count on us to provide you with timely and cost effective backflow services. Our pricing and services are the best around. We look forward to proving this to you. Schedule an appointment with our backflow specialists today!
The water pressure in your plumbing system is designed to prevent backflow and keep clean water and contaminated water separated. But some factors cause a reduction in water pressure, resulting in backflow. Common causes of backflow include:
Most backflow prevention devices have a very long lifespan. However, they are still susceptible to damage. The average homeowner may not see many signs that a backflow device has malfunctioned. That’s why we recommend having your system tested at least once a year to discover and hopefully avoid any future repair issues that could wreak havoc on your property. That said, there are still some early signs that may show you need to hire professional backflow repair services. These signs include:
If you notice any of these signs, our licensed plumbers can provide you with specialized Dallas, Texas backflow repair services. We will diagnose your prevention device and fix it accordingly to get your home or property protected once again.
If your backflow prevention system is not functioning as it should, you may be forced to make a difficult decision. Should you repair or replace it? There are many factors to take into account. To help you with this problem, we’ve discussed these factors in detail. (**We subcontract backflow repair and backflow certification to another company.)
With regular maintenance and annual testing, your backflow prevention system can last for years. However, mechanical prevention assemblies have internal seals, springs, and moving parts that are subject to clogging as well as wear and tear. Due to these susceptible parts, you must decide whether to repair or replace them. Here are the top four factors to consider when deciding whether to repair or replace your backflow prevention system.