We Offer Licensed Backflow Testing & Prevention Throughout The Greater Detroit Area
One of the major jobs of proper plumbing is to keep clean water separated from contaminated water, protecting you from the dangers of backflow and water pollution. Here at Stadler Plumbing & Heating, we know the importance of backflow prevention, which is why we offer our customers throughout Macomb, Oakland, and St. Clair counties professional backflow testing and backflow prevention services. We’re a licensed and certified backflow testing company, and can make sure you’re protected and that your backflow prevention device is working properly and effectively.
What Is Backflow Anyway?
Backflow refers to the process in which the flow of water in the sewer line or pipes reverses, causing clean water to mix with dirty water. When this happens, the good water is polluted, which can harm the property, the home, and the people living there.
What Is A Backflow Prevention Device?
A backflow prevention device is a cover or valve that is designed to prevent contamination of the water supply should a pipe freeze, a water line burst, or some other event occur that could lead to backflow. Here at Stadler Plumbing & Heating, we have experience installing backflow prevention devices of all types, so whichever device you select, you can count on us to provide expert installation services.
What Is Involved In Backflow Testing?
No matter which backflow prevention device you decide on, you will need to have the device professionally tested annually to check for proper function. The team here at Stadler Plumbing & Heating is licensed and certified to perform backflow testing, and can make annual testing easy and stress-free for you and your family. During the test, we connect to the test ports of the backflow prevention device and make sure that the system is operating properly and without flaw. Should we detect a flaw or problem, be it a broken spring or seal or something else, we can provide the necessary repairs to ensure the system works properly once more.
We Can Answer Any Questions You May Have & Get You Set Up With An Appointment When You Need It
If you’d like to learn more about backflow testing or backflow prevention devices, please give us a call. Our experts can answer any questions you may have and make sure you’re properly protected against backflow. To request an appointment or speak with someone today, call 586-803-1200 — Our licensed and insured professionals are just a phone call away. Click here to request an appointment online!