Backflow devices prevent clean water from becoming contaminated.
In most water supply systems, the water is maintained at a significant amount of pressure, so water can flow from the tap, faucet, shower, or other fixture. Backflow prevention devices protect potable water supplies from becoming contaminated or polluted due to backflow.
Anywhere incoming water and wastewater might come into contact requires the installation of a backflow preventer. While newer homes usually have built-in backflow preventers, older homes and those using a well or irrigation system may require backflow installation. When this occurs, count on us at Carolina Plumbing & Repair to take care of the job.
Before we do anything else, we’ll double check that backflow installation is actually a need and then come back with a comprehensive quote on installation. We’ll also outline the installation process for you and answer any questions you have about the quote we give you.
We’ll make sure we have all the right equipment, including the actual backflow preventer, before starting work, and we promise to follow widely accepted installation practices when we implement the preventer in your water supply system. Once we’re done, we can come back on an annual basis to inspect your backflow preventer and make sure everything is working like it should. We can also provide a report to submit to your municipality if needed.
Let us help you keep your drinking water safe from contamination! Contact us at CPR today to find out more about the backflow installation process and how we can help in the Raleigh, North Carolina area.
At Carolina Plumbing & Repair, we offer backflow installation services in Raleigh, Garner, and Carteret County, North Carolina.