Backflow Testing and Certification in Staten Island
Why Trust Taylor Group With Backflow Preventer Testing
Our technicians here at Taylor Group are certified by the New York State to test and maintain backflow prevention devices. We have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your device is functioning properly and that you are in compliance with regulations.
With years of experience, our technicians at Taylor Group have a deep understanding of backflow prevention and the testing process. They have the skills and knowledge to identify any potential issues and ensure the safety of your potable water supply.
Taylor Group is committed to providing high-quality services to our customers. We use the latest testing equipment and techniques to ensure that your backflow preventer is functioning properly. We are also focused on meeting the needs of our customers. So call (855) 999-LEAK today and learn more about our backflow prevention testing service.
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Who Needs A Backflow Preventer?
Backflow preventers are needed for any property that has systems or fixtures that could introduce contaminants into the public drinking water supply. These systems and fixtures include:
- In-ground irrigation systems
- Fire sprinklers
- Swimming pools
- Outdoor hose bibs (spigots)
- Boilers using water treatment chemicals (found in multi-family buildings)
Properties with these systems and fixtures are typically required by law to have a backflow preventer installed and to have it tested regularly to ensure that the device is functioning properly and that the public drinking water supply remains safe from contamination. If you have any of these installed in your Staten Island property and are unsure about the regulations surrounding the testing and installation of such systems, you can call us today and we’ll help you with all your questions.
How Does A Backflow Preventer Work?
A backflow preventer is a device that is installed in a plumbing system to prevent the flow of contaminated water from entering the public drinking water supply. It works by creating a physical barrier that stops contaminated water from flowing back into the public water supply. In Staten Island and the rest of the state, these are required for properties with systems that can introduce contaminants into the neighborhood’s drinking water system.
The device consists of a series of check valves and air inlets that allow water to flow in one direction and prevent it from flowing back into the public water supply. The check valves are designed to close automatically if the water pressure changes, which prevents contaminated water from flowing back into the public water supply.
When the backflow preventer is functioning properly, it allows water to flow in the direction of the public water supply, while preventing contaminated water from flowing back into the public water supply. Regular testing of the device is important to ensure that it is functioning properly and to maintain the safety of the public drinking water supply. If you are looking for licensed backflow device testers, call us today for immediate action.
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