Backflow Repairs

Surprise Backflow Testing & Repair (Surprise, Arizona)
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Backflow Repair in Surprise, AZ

If you are looking for a backflow repair technician near you, you are in the right place! Surprise Backflow Testing & Repair is a local backflow services company in Surprise, Arizona, and we are proud to repair backflow assemblies for customers in the entire Phoenix metropolitan area.

Give us a call today at 602-610-0873 and we will be happy to discuss the issue you are experiencing with your backflow assembly. We are looking forward to your call.

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Issues That May Require a Backflow Repair

While scheduling an annual backflow test is a requirement for business owners and some home owners in Arizona, there are also certain situations when you might need to call for backflow repairs.

Here are a few examples:

Improper Installation: If a backflow preventer is installed incorrectly, this can cause issues. If the device is not properly aligned, connected, or sealed, it may not function as intended and could allow water to flow back into the system. To protect the drinking water, a backflow system like this needs to be repaired. (By the way, we also handle new backflow installations.)

Contamination or Debris: Backflow preventers can become clogged or contaminated with debris, sand, or other small objects. These contaminants can hinder the proper operation of the device, resulting in decreased efficiency or failure to prevent backflow. A device that is clogged or contaminated with debris may eventually require a repair.

Leaking Backflow Preventer: If you notice that your backflow preventer is constantly leaking, this is a sign that it needs to be repaired. Leaking backflow preventers tend to be clogged or have broken check valves. In either case, our company can fix the issue with our specialty tools.

High Water Pressure: Excessive water pressure in the device can also lead to the need for repairs. High pressure can put strain on the backflow preventer, causing damage to its internal components. If the pressure exceeds the device’s design limits, it may fail to operate correctly and require repairs. If this is the case, we’re just one call away.

Wear and Tear: Over time, the components of a backflow preventer can deteriorate due to regular usage and exposure to elements. Seals, gaskets, springs, and other moving parts may wear out or become damaged, leading to leaks or reduced functionality. Usually, wear and tear issues like these are noticed during your annual backflow testing appointment. But, if you suspect there is a problem with your backflow system, you should reach out to a professional to have it inspected.

Why You Can Trust Us

Our company is made up of P.I.P.E. certified backflow testers with over 14 years of experience working on backflow systems here in Arizona. We have the experience and qualifications needed to keep your drinking water safe. You can trust that we’ll do what’s right.

We also pride ourselves on providing top-notch customer service. We are always just one phone call away and we can answer any question you throw at us.a

If you need to schedule an appointment for a backflow repair in Surprise, AZ (or anywhere in the Phoenix metro area) call Surprise Backflow Testing & Repair at 602-610-0873. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

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