Fayetteville Backflow Testing Services
One service that many people do not know about is backflow testing, which we perform at Woods Plumbing on all of our customers’ backflow prevention devices. This ensures the safety of drinking water by preventing contaminants from entering water pipes through an incorrect connection with another property’s sewage system. Preventing the backflow of contaminated water into your clean water supply is essential to maintain water safety. Our certified experts provide professional backflow assembly installation, testing, and repair services, ensuring that your water remains free from harmful pollutants.
When you use us for backflow testing and certification, we can fix any problems that arise while we’re on site. We’ll handle all of your needs in a timely fashion—you will be happy with our work!
Need your backflow preventer tested and certified in the Fayetteville or surrounding area by a reliable plumbing company with years of experience? Call us today at (910) 920-3908.
Expert Backflow Testing
& Certification Services
Expert Backflow Testing & Certification Services
Expert Repair & Prevention
of Backflow Services
Basically, backflow is when water flows in the opposite direction of normal flow. In a properly functioning system, water enters your home through the main line and exits via sewer line—water never goes against this natural flow.
Backflow prevention devices keep your drinking water clean by stopping contaminated water from flowing back into the main supply. If your backflow prevention device is broken or you suspect there’s a problem, our plumbers can fix it for you.
Our team of plumbers at Woods Plumbing, LLC is committed to your safety. We take backflow issues seriously and want you to know that we will do everything in our power to keep your water supply safe and healthy.
It is important to test backflow devices to make sure they are performing the necessary job of preventing herbicides, chemicals, and waste products from entering your drinking water. The entire community relies on the proper chemical makeup of the water coming from the treatment plant.
Though some homeowners find this task to be too much, the safety of your drinking water relies on the proper function of these devices. If any of these chemicals are ingested, they can cause serious illness and even death.
Regulations require regular inspections and an annual flow test of your backflow preventer to ensure it’s in working order. Help protect yourself and the health of your building’s occupants.
Call Woods Plumbing, LLC For Backflow Testing In Fayetteville
It is important that you have your backflow assembly inspected regularly to ensure that it will work properly if there is a water main break in the area.
When you have a backflow prevention device installed in your home, it is important to make sure that the plumbing system remains free from leaks and other problems. Our plumbers can provide testing and repair work for any types of devices whenever needed.