Backflow of contaminated water into the drinking water system can be dangerous. Avoid unwanted elements from entering your potable water by calling Towers Plumbing to test or install your backflow prevention device today.
Municipalities, from small towns to urban cities, are rightfully protective of their water supply. They, along with the EPA, ensure potable water is kept free and clear of contaminants by ensuring homes and businesses are built with backflow prevention devices. Methods and systems for preventing backflow include air gap systems, atmospheric vacuum breakers, double check valve backflow preventers, pressure vacuum breakers and reduced pressure principle backflow preventers. Building codes typically determine which backflow assemblies or methods are needed for safe drinking water.
Backflow prevention is required for various commercial settings and on residential garden hoses and sprinkling systems. With over 65 years of experience, the professionals at Towers Plumbing know the precise requirements and policies for each locality in the greater Salt Lake City area, so you can be sure your system adheres to the right ordinance no matter where you reside. Install your water backflow prevention device and receive regular inspections and keep your home safe from water contamination today.