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Trust Georgia Backflow Testing for All your Backflow Prevention System Needs. Installation, Repair and Annual Backlow Testing Experts.

The Importance of Backflow Preventers and Backflow Testing

A backflow device is also known as an RPZ valve which stands for Reduced Pressure Zone. When it comes to a commercial property, industrial building, or even a residential property, one of the most important aspects of it's plumbing involves a backflow prevention system.

A device that lets water flow through in one direction but prevents it from going backwards plays an important role in helping homes and businesses prevent flooding incidents.

In addition, it also keeps water that is unsafe from reversing its flow and entering a clean water supply, which can prove to be a serious problem. In many cases, a backflow preventer consists of a single check valve that will close when the water flow reverses.

In some cases only a small amount of water will provide enough resistance to overcome the check valve. To keep this from happening, some backflow preventers now come equipped with multiple check valves aimed to make it virtually impossible for water to flow through the valve in an improper manner.

In addition to multiple check valves, backflow preventers may also have water release valves, air vents, or other parts which allow them to be tested in order to show they are in proper working order.

Backflow Testing

To ensure drinking water is free of harmful toxins that could cause harm, it's important to have the water supply tested periodically. In addition, testing of the backflow system is required annually for commercial buildings and other larger facilities.

In most states, annual backflow testing is a requirement put in place to ensure the public has a safe drinking water supply. Therefore, when a backflow test is conducted for a business, this usually includes permits, paperwork, and submission of the test results to the appropriate authorities to show the test was conducted.

When it comes to residential testing, installation and repair of backflow assemblies, its also important to have the work done by a qualified, experienced pro.

Backflow Certification

Because backflow installation and testing is so important to businesses as well as residences, it's vital to use the services of a trained professional who has the skills and experience necessary to do the job right the first time.

For residents of Georgia, hiring a backflow service professional for the installation, testing, and repair of backflow devices is extremely important. Over the years we have gained the experience and training necessary to do this highly specialized work.

Backflow prevention and cross-connection control are some of the main topics needed to be understood. After years of gaining the necessary training, our backflow specialists are able to perform backflow prevention assembly, testing, and repair, along with cross-connection control surveying, program administration, and fire sprinkler system backflow testing.

Whether it's a condo complex, restaurant or residence that needs a backflow preventer installed, repaired or tested, Georgia Backflow Testing is the company to call.

Call us anytime to ensure your backflow prevention devices are correctly installed. Using the services of our professionals who are certified in numerous areas of this specialty can make a tremendous difference. Call us today for a free consultation.

Gate Valve Repair

For installation and replacement purposes, professionals should always be called in for gate valve problems. Reason being is that most of their intended purposes in commercial or large buildings can put the novice's safety at risk when performing maintenance.

Large diameter piping is heavy and difficult to work with in cramped quarters. Other times high pressure situations need to be verified that not only is the flow off but the system safely vented before the junction can be breached for repair.

Finally, a complete shut off from all the sources not only coming in but leaving need to be isolated as well so that back flow or other unusual situations do not come roaring back at the repairmen replacing the gate value in question.

Gate valves have a variety of valuable functions today. Actuation from one state to the other is a slow process that should utter complete results. When this does not happen, a professional needs to be consulted right away.

In addition, for the safety of the building and its inhabitants, a preventive checkup should be done on a periodic basis. Call us today and we would be happy to review your gate valve needs.

We Offer Our Services throughout Metro Atlanta GA

Fulton County: Alpharetta GA, Atlanta GA, Birmingham GA, Campbellton GA, Chattahoochee Hills GA, Cliftondale GA, College Park GA, East Point GA, Fairburn GA, Hapeville GA, Johns Creek GA, Milton GA, Mountain Park GA, North Atlanta GA, Palmetto GA, Red Oak GA, Roswell GA, Sandtown GA, Sandy Springs GA, South Fulton GA, Union City GA.

Cobb County: Acworth GA, Austell GA, Chattahoochee Plantation GA, Clarkdale GA, Cumberland GA, East Cobb GA, Fair Oaks GA, Kennesaw GA, Marietta GA, Mableton GA, Noonday GA, Powder Springs GA, Powers Park GA, Spring Hill GA, Smyrna GA, Town Center GA, Vinings GA.

Gwinnett County: Auburn GA, Berkeley Lake GA, Braselton GA, Buford GA, Centerville GA, Dacula GA, Duluth GA, Five Forks GA, Grayson GA, Hamilton Mill GA, Lawrenceville GA, Lilburn GA, Loganville GA, Mechanicsville GA, Mountain Park GA, Norcross GA, Peachtree Corners GA, Rest Haven GA, Snellville GA, Sugar Hill GA, Suwanee GA.

Douglas County: Douglasville, GA