Backflow Repair Services in Brick Township, NJ
Don’t risk your family’s health with contaminated water. Call us to schedule backflow testing and repair services in Northern Ocean County and Southern Monmouth County.
Your family depends on your water supply to be safe for consumption to keep everyone healthy. So what happens when sewage backs up into the system? Don’t take the risk. Call Garon T Plumbing to schedule backflow testing and repairs with our professionals. When you book an appointment with us in Brick Township we will arrive on-time and provide straightforward pricing.
What Is Backflow?
Do you know what backflow is? While it’s not something you want to encounter in your house or building, it’s important to know what it is so you can be aware of it if it does occur. Backflow is the reversed flow of water in your plumbing system. This can cause contamination, meaning contaminants that are washed down your drains can get mixed in with your drinking water or other water supply, like your irrigation system.
Why You Need Backflow Testing
You need to know the water your family is drinking and bathing in is free of contaminants. To ensure it’s safe, it’s important to undergo backflow testing. This will prevent sewage from backing up into your water supply, putting your household’s health at risk.
When you schedule backflow services, make sure you hire a qualified company. The professional should be registered as a state backflow tester and should meet Brick Township’s city requirements.
If you need backflow testing and certification services, call Garon T Plumbing to book an appointment with our professionals.
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What Is the Backflow Testing Process?
When you hire a professional to perform backflow testing at your home or building, you can expect him or her to do the following during the testing process:
- Shut off the water supply to your property.
- Check the devices used to prevent backflow.
- Determine the flow direction.
- Number the test cocks, bleed them of debris, and assemble the adapters.
- Shut off the downstream and attach the test kit hoses.
- Clean the first check valve if water leaves the relief valve.
- Perform a test to ensure the machinery is working properly.
Make sure your water is safe. Call Garon T Plumbing at (732) 451-3599 for backflow testing and repair services in Brick Township, NJ. We provide same-day services!
“Always On-time, professional, accurate in problem-solving, and establishing pricing to make it right.”- William C.
“On this last visit, they were here to replace a leaky faucet and noticed that the hot water valve to the dishwasher was not fully open; it was left that was by the installer from where the unit was purchased two years ago.”- Theo C.
“The two young men were courteous, professional, and efficient.”- Dean G.