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Backflow Maintenance in Livonia

Backflow testing and repair services are designed to prevent backflow of contaminated water into a potable drinking water system. Rooter MD installs backflow devices in commercial and residential water systems. The environmental health department determines the degree of hazard regarding contaminated water threatening the drinking water systems within each county. The service professionals at Rooter MD are certified to test and repair backflow devices and systems.

Rooter MD’s backflow technicians are certified to perform all aspects of backflow device testing, certification, repair and installation in the Metro Detroit area. We make sure that the drinking water systems in your area are safe providing scheduled backflow testing, repair and installation services. It is important to keep the Southeast Michigan community safe with annual backflow certification and backflow testing.

Certified Backflow Testing, Installation and Repair

Rooter MD can provide convenient scheduled backflow testing, repair, installation, and maintenance to Michigan. We are a fully-licensed Michigan plumbing contractor and provide installation, certification, and testing for all types of backflow assemblies.

Backflow devices and assemblies wear out and fail over time. Having your backflow prevention assembly tested annually, will keep the drinking water in your area safe and potable. Rooter MD’s Certified Testers inspect, test, repair or replace all backflow prevention assemblies and devices to ensure a safe potable drinking water system is maintained in Metro Detroit and surrounding counties.

Backflow Device Installation

City code requires backflow devices for many plumbing applications. These devices are installed to protect your drinking water from becoming contaminated if a valve is left open or not functioning properly, using a process called back-siphoning. Rooter MD Plumbing provides testing, repair and certification to meet municipality code requirements.

  1. Liquids flow to the point of lowest pressure causing backflows
  2. Negative pressure builds and causes a back siphon that can enter a potable drinking water system
  3. Water main breaks can lead to system backflow
  4. These problems can arise any time and demand a preventative backflow system to ensure safe drinking water is preserved
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Prevention

  1. Complete and careful monitoring and assembly of water supply connections
  2. A backflow preventative valve system in place to accommodate the degree of hazard in the area
  3. Scheduled maintenance and regular inspection of the backflow preventative system
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Rooter MD Plumbing has the experience to manage any and all backflow certification, testing, and repairs for the Southeast Michigan area. Our specially trained plumbing contractors have the skills and equipment to ensure that any area backflow preventative assembly is in acceptable working condition and follows city or county ordinances regarding potable water safety. Call us today!