Backflow Prevention

Backflow Prevention Plumbing HVAC Greenville MIMany appliances (like dishwashers) draw from potable water to work, making them vulnerable to backflow. Backflow happens when the flow of solid, liquid, or gas contaminants is reversed and breaches your potable water supply. This is why it’s important to ask our plumbers about backflow prevention.

Our plumbers can install and service a backflow preventer in your home or commercial building to protect the potable water supply. It is important to have this product installed in your home or building for safety and quality of water.

Here’s what you need to know about backflow prevention.

Benefits of Backflow Prevention

Fire sprinklers in commercial buildings draw water from the water main to put out fires. However, our plumbers will need to install a backflow preventer to stop this highly pressurized water from breaching your potable water supply. You can trust our plumbers to install the best backflow system for your commercial building’s specific needs. For example, you may need a sprinkler backflow preventer if you have an underground irrigation system.

The best way to protect your drinking water is to install a backflow preventer for your home or commercial building. Our plumbers work efficiently so there is minimal disruption to your regular schedule. Once your backflow prevention device is installed, it’s necessary that you have it regularly tested to ensure that it is working properly.

Request an Estimate With Us

Our plumbers are ready to install and test a backflow preventer to protect your drinking water from contamination. To request an estimate, call Parker-Arntz Plumbing & Heating, Inc. at (888) 641-3907.