1A Backflow & Services provides backflow prevention testing and service to all customers, commercial or residential property.
Pictured below, a 8” DCDA Backflow Prevention Assembly.
Used for Non-Health Hazards
Pictured below, a 2” RPZ Backflow Prevention Assembly.
Used for Health and Non- Health Hazards
Here are the steps normally involved in having your backflow(s) tested and inspected:
Respond in a quick professional and timely matter when called or scheduled upon.
Determine if any water service will be affected to the property while testing.
Flush device and connect a testing gauge for accurate readings by a licensed certified and insured technician.
Complete and issue a successful certification(s) report to the customer upon a passing or failed inspection.
Submit certification report(s) to the proper municipality for compliance.
Record report(s) on database and follow up with the customer 2 weeks prior to expiration testing date for the following year.
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! IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Backflow certification report(s) are only valid for 1(one) year from date of test. Re certifications and inspections must be performed according to State of Florida and local governmental codes at least (annually) once a year.