Reliable Backflow Prevention in Detroit Metro Area
Installing Backwater Valves Built to Last
Backflow prevention devices, also called backwater valves, exist to prevent water from flowing in the wrong direction. Water is intended to move from a distribution system into your building, ensuring that you are getting fresh, uncontaminated water. The main types of these devices include:
- Sewer check valve
- Automatic floodgate valve
- Manual sewer gate valve
No matter what device you have fitted, if something goes wrong with your backflow system it can lead to contaminated water. At Cregger Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, our plumbers in Detroit will test and repair all types of backflow prevention devices for customers in the Wayne, Macomb and Oakland Counties. Our trusted Detroit plumbers work with you to maintain your device and ensure that you have safe, drinkable water.
Call our team at (248) 560-7780 or use our online form to learn how we can help with your backflow prevention device. Multiple home, and multiple device, discounts are available.
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Homes, offices and businesses, and industrial complexes require backflow devices in order to keep water safe, clean, and prevent sewage from contaminating potable water, leading to health concerns. In addition, Backflow can occur in more than just your pipes and indoor plumbing. We provide expert services to repair fire systems and will test and repair your lawn sprinkler systems, as well as keeping your devices in top working condition.
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Although water distribution systems are designed for water to flow in one direction, situations can arise that cause water to flow back in the wrong direction. For most businesses, backflow prevention devices are required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in order to maintain a pure water supply. Typically, water suppliers and local counties require that your device is tested annually.
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A Cregger Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, we strive to establish strong relationships with our customers from Wayne, Macomb, and Oakland Counties by providing high-quality service and customer care.
We recommend regular maintenance for any customer who needs backflow testing as this allows us to keep track of when your device has been tested, the next date you are due for testing, and when your device requires repair or replacements. You can then have peace of mind that your device is in working condition and that your interests are being looked out for.