Backflow Testing and Installation for Greater West Chicago
Protecting Residents and Employees From Water Hazards
An exceptionally important part of any water distribution system, backflow preventers help to protect the safety of all the water running through your home or business. Protecting everything from your family’s drinking, cooking, and bathing water to the water used at your business, backflow preventers make sure that no harmful solutions are allowed to enter into the rest of the domestic water accessed by yourself or anyone else within the building. Backflow preventers also ensure that your fire suppression system is still up to code and functioning properly. At Advantage Plumbing, we provide fast cost effective re-certifications for existing systems to meet yearly inspection requirements. We can even handle the design strategy and installation of any new or replacement systems.
Backflow Testing & Installation
Have you had your backflow testing performed for your home or corporate facility? It might be time to call in a professional to make sure your system is up to code and no dangers are present for your family or employees. At Advantage Plumbing, we’ve provided outstanding service to countless customers throughout the greater West Chicago area. Our team of fully licensed plumbers and experts are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skill to provide backflow testing on a wide array of Reduced Pressure Zone (RPZ) systems. In addition to backflow prevention testing, our RPZ professionals also provide the following services:
- Emergency repairs
- Regular maintenance
- Complete installation
- Scheduled and seasonal documentation, certification, and reporting to governing agencies
In addition to backflow testing and installation, we offer installation, regular maintenance, and repair or replacement services for virtually any water system you might have. From lawn sprinkler systems, water heaters, water treatment systems, toilets, sinks and tubs, at Advantage Plumbing we help fix your issue at hand or oversee the installation of a new or replacement unit.