San Ramon Backflow Services
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Schedule for backflow preventer testing with ACME Bay Area Backflow. You can do it conveniently by calling us, or by submitting a request here.
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Frequenty Asked Questions
In it’s simplest form a “backflow” occurs when clean (potable) water reverses direction causing a suction that pulls dirty water into the clean supply system. Needless to say the “dirty” water can contain any number of harmful chemicals, fertilizers and even human waste…yuck! Anytime there is a cross-connection between clean (potable) water and “dirty” (non-potable) water the chance of a back-flow exists.
Backflow testing is the process in which your backflow preventor device is tested annually, ensuring that your water system does not have an unwanted backflow in it. It also ensures that the preventer is functioning properly and does not need to be replaced or repaired.
Backflow testing is required annually by most cities throughout California in Apartment, Condominium, Restaurants, Commercial, and other multi-family dwellings. This ensures that the drinking water for that occupancy is not just safe for human consumption, but also not cross-contaminated with water waters and other non-potable sources.
Testing should be completed once a year, as required by most all California and Bay Area municipalities.