Backflow Preventer Testing & Repair

When there is a change in water pressure within your building’s plumbing system, backflow can occur, leading to the introduction of contaminated water into your drinking or bathing water. This is where a backflow preventer comes into play. A backflow preventer device serves as a safeguard against this risk. These devices are particularly necessary for commercial buildings and businesses connected to irrigation systems. Having a backflow device installed in your building offers several benefits.

Why Should My Building Have a Backflow Preventer Device?

  • Preventing Contaminated Water: A backflow preventer device helps prevent the backflow of contaminated water into your building’s water supply. Among other risks, this affects your drinking and tap water, as well as potential cross-connection hazards.
  • Complying with Local Requirements: Many local governments mandate the installation of one as a safety measure.


How Often Should I Have My Backflow Preventer Tested?

Regular testing is crucial to ensure the efficient functioning of your system. Most utilities require annual backflow device testing. In Indiana, a certified backflow tester must test backflow devices. We recommend contacting your local water utility to determine the specific testing requirements.

If you have a backflow device that needs testing, you can trust Fite Plumbing to ensure it works properly. Our plumbers have extensive experience repairing and inspecting and will ensure the safety and cleanliness of your water supply. Schedule a service today by contacting us at (317) 271-5400.

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Plainfield, IN 46168
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