Sewer Backflow Prevention
Protecting the water supply of your home is worth some effort and resources, and back flow prevention is a measure every homeowner must take. When sewer back flow happens, your water lines are left with contaminated water inside them.
The technicians at PLMBRS.com can take care of you before you develop a problem with annual maintenance and testing. If you do happen to have an emergency, we can handle the back flow repairs as well. We will not stop until we’re sure your entire system is functioning the way it was designed, and that your clean water supply is effectively protected, so you and your family can be assured that your water supply is not only potable, but in excellent condition.
If you call one of our awesome PLMBRS.com plumbers to help you with any plumbing-type service, you can be sure we will be committed to doing the best quality workmanship you can find anywhere. Every job is always done the way it should be done the first time, so you never have to concern yourself with follow-up appointments or subsequent charges.
If there’s no repair required, we will never charge you for the trip – and no overtime fees either! Every crew is made up of highly experienced and skilled plumbing technicians who are experts at spotting the source of your problem, as well as taking time to describe every aspect of the solution that will solve your issues. Never trust repairs – or even preventative inspections – to anyone less than a plumbing expert.
Our reputation is second to none when it comes to our work quality and technical expertise, not to mention the cleanliness, professionalism, vast knowledge and technical prowess of our team members.
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Frequently asked questions
Sometimes called a sewer backflow valve, it is designed to prevent sewage or water from entering your home in the event that your sewer system becomes overloaded or overwhelmed. Consisting of a small flap with floats, it mechanically “detects” when the flow has reversed and closes, disallowing the backflow to happen.
Yes. Among them are Automatic Flood Gate Valve, Sewer Check Valve, Manual Sewer Gate Valve, Air Gap Backflow Preventer, and Specialized Backflow Preventer. They all have slightly different designs for varying functions, but all need to be installed by a licensed plumber.
Mainly, the reason a backflow preventer exists is to prevent the backflow of sewage from municipal lines or private septic system lines into your home, which can not only contaminate your living space but your drinking water as well. This is paramount, considering such contamination can contain parasites, viruses, funguses and bacteria responsible for many diseases and infections.