Backflow Testing Service
Backflow is the backward flow of water through a pipe. The normal direction of water flow is from the utility water main to homes or businesses. The backflow of water from a home plumbing system into community drinking water happens when water is pulled backward due to a pressure loss in the utility main pipe or pushed back by a pressure source like a well pump. Backflow devices are mechanical plumbing devices installed in a plumbing system to prevent water from flowing backwards and contaminating the public water system. A properly tested and maintained backflow device can prevent the backflow of water of an unknown quality from backflowing into the community water system. Florida requires that backflow devices be tested once a year.
We are not licensed in Florida to test fire protection systems.
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We are licensed and certified in the State of Florida to provide backflow testing . We have the experience to manage all models of backflow prevention assemblies.
- How to Schedule a Test or Backflow Service’s
- Click on the Contact Us page and complete the request form
- A licensed technician will test your backflow device within 3 – 5 business days
- When scheduling a test or service, please let us know if you have received the final notice from the city. If you have, we will test your backflow within 1 – 2 business days
Do I need a “Backflow Prevention Assembly” on my Sprinkler Irrigation System? The water that is used by your irrigation system is supplied by the same source as the water you drink, cook and bathe with.
Backflow Service Area “Residential and Commercial”
All of our services are licensed, bonded, and insured.
We will be starting up our backflow services for Fort Myers Bonita Springs Cape Coral Cape Haze Charlotte County Florida El Jobean Englewood Estero Fort Myers Beach Golden Gate Lee County Naples Naples Park Nokomis North Fort Myers North Port Pine Island Port Charlotte Punta Gorda Rotunda San Carlos Park Sanibel & Captiva Island Sarasota County Venice Warm Natural Springs in November 2014.