Because of a change in system pressure, the flow of water in a plumbing system can reverse direction. Also known as backflow, the pressure at the supply point is lower than the pressure at the point of use. The water at the point of use is siphoned back into the system, which results in contamination of the potable water distribution system.
Luckily, you can protect your system with backflow prevention devices provided to you by the efficient team at All-Tex Sprinklers.
The contaminated water can flow into the wrong direction until the nonpotable water leaks into the public distribution system. As a result, most states require a properly installed backflow preventer with annual testing.
A backflow preventer is designed to prevent used, dirty water from infiltrating the public distribution system. Essentially, the preventer stops the flow of nonpotable water from contaminating the potable water system.
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Hire our licensed professionals to test, repair, or replace (if necessary) your backflow preventer. We will gladly perform annual inspections of your devices. This inspection includes checking valves and air gaps. You will have peace of mind knowing our team will determine the most effective way to prevent backflow at your home or business.
Call us today to schedule an appointment.
Our dedicated technicians install backflow prevention devices for residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional properties in North Texas.