Annual Backflow Testing
#1 Annual Backflow Certification & Repair specializes in Annual Backflow Testing.
Looking for an Annual Backflow Testing or Backflow Repair Service? You have found the right place.
With our state of the art backflow testing software, we schedule your test, complete the paperwork, and often upload the results and send an invoice with a pay link before we even leave your property!
Annual Backflow Testing is not typically required on homes, but it is not unheard of either. Because reclaimed water is being delivered to properties within the Gladden Farms and Civano neighborhoods for irrigation, they are an exception and have backflow prevention devices at each residence to protect the public water source from any potential contamination. However, most backflow assemblies are found on commercial buildings or within common area and HOA landscaping. The local water companies notify water account holders who have backflow devices that require to be tested.
#1 Annual Backflow Certification & Repair performs your backflow test and electronically submits your compliance test results right on the spot!
#1 Annual Backflow Certification & Repair is certified by All American Backflow Prevention and maintains certification through continued education.
Our state of the art software allows us to schedule, route, test, invoice, report, record, and file your annual backflow test compliance report in a matter of clicks, completing most of the testing package before we even drive away! Following our scheduled visit, you will receive two e-mails. The first will contain a secure payment link through Stripe ® and an attached PDF invoice detailing work performed. Once paid, the second will be sent containing the PDF compliance report which will have also been reported to the appropriate water authority.
#1 Annual Backflow Certification & Repair also provides Backflow Repair Services.
If your Backflow assembly fails the test and a thorough cleaning does not bring the backflow assembly into compliance, then upon prior notification and customer approval we will perform the necessary backflow repair to the system. After the backflow repair is performed, a re-test for certification will be performed at no additional cost and the technician will give you all replaced parts for your disposal.
Our backflow assembly test / repair services and pricing are very competitive. Each backflow device test is analyzed carefully, repairs is are done diligently using the highest industry standards and all with consideration to the overall expense of maintaining operational compliance.
Area of Service
#1 Annual Backflow Certification & Repair Services Tucson and Surrounding Areas
We service Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley, Catalina, Vail Green Valley, Corona de Tucson, South Tucson, Sahuarita, Three Points, Avra Valley and Red Rock!
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Reduced pressure principle assembly (RPA): An assembly containing two (2) independently acting approved check valves together with a hydraulically operating, mechanically independent pressure differential relief valve located between the check valves, and at the same time below the first check valve. The assembly shall include properly located test cocks and tightly closing shutoff valves located at each end of the assembly.
Double check valve assembly (DCVA): An assembly composed of two (2) independently acting, approved check valves, including tightly closing shutoff valves located at each end of the assembly and fitted with properly located test cocks.
Pressure vacuum breaker assembly (PVB): An assembly containing an independently operating, loaded check valve and an independently operating, loaded air inlet valve located on the discharge side of the check valve. The assembly shall be equipped with properly located test cocks and tightly closing shutoff valves located at each end of the assembly.
Spill-resistant pressure vacuum breaker (SVB): An assembly containing an independently operating internally loaded check valve and independently operating loaded air inlet valve located on the discharge side of the check valve. The assembly shall be equipped with a properly located resilient seated test cock, properly located bleed/vent valve and tightly closing resilient seated shutoff valves located at each end of the assembly.
Double check detector assembly (DCDA or DDCVA): An assembly composed of a line size approved double check valve assembly with a bypass containing a specific water meter and an approved double check valve assembly.
educed pressure principle detector assembly (RPDA): An assembly composed of a line size approved reduced pressure principle assembly with a bypass containing a specific water meter and an approved reduced pressure principle assembly.