Plumbing Diagnostics features state certified technicians and all of the tools to provide the best in backflow preventer inspection, testing and repair. Our technicians also specialize in:
- Video inspection of drains and sewer lines
- Pipe freezing technology
- Gas leak detection
- Consulting and code compliance
- Entire plumbing system evaluation
- Underground line locating
Everyone knows how important it is to have a safe, contaminant-free supply of potable water, but many of us are unaware of the precautions that are required to reduce the potential for contamination of our water. Federal, state and local regulations require thatbackflow prevention assemblies be installed at all commercial locations to protect potentially dangerous cross-connections with the public water supply. In addition, all backflow prevention units must be tested annually or bi-annually, depending on the type of assembly.
When an unprotected cross-connection exists, the water supply is at risk for contamination by any number of harmful substances including pesticides and other caustic chemicals, biological waste, and even propane gas. Backflow prevention assemblies, when properly installed and maintained, decrease the vulnerability of our public water supply and help water purveyors provide our communities with safe water. You should be aware of the number and location of all backflow prevention assemblies on your property. You can ensure that your assemblies are compliant with federal, state and local regulations by contacting a certified testing company. The company you select must be state certified in order to legally conduct testing and repairs on your backflow prevention assemblies.