Do Your Part To Keep New Jersey Drinking Water Clean
Nobody wants to turn on their faucet and have dirty, murky water pour out. But as with any type of plumbing system, an irrigation system has the potential for "backflow" - contaminated water flowing back through into the main waterline and polluting the local drinking water. That is why New Jersey has strict backflow preventer requirements to help ensure people can use their water as they like without the risk of cross-contamination.
Is your home irrigation system secured with a backflow preventer? If it is, All Wet Irrigation & Lighting should be your first call for annual inspections and repair services to ensure it keeps working as it should. If it's not, then it's time to get your home up to code immediately - and we can help you there as well. Call us today at 973.366.8754 to get started.
What Is A Backflow Preventer?
A backflow preventer is a valve located on the main waterline that keeps water flowing in the right direction. This keeps any contaminated water you've used from flowing back into the main line and polluting the public water supply. As part of New Jersey's policy, you are required to have a backflow preventer on your system and to have it inspected for issues at least once per year by a certified backflow inspector - like the ones employed at All Wet Irrigation & Lighting. Here are just some of the types of backflow prevention devices we're qualified to inspect:
- PVB - Pressure Vacuum Breakers
- RPZ - Reduced Pressure Zone Assemblies
- DCVA - Double Check Valve Assemblies
Partner With All Wet Irrigation & Lighting To Protect Our Drinking Water
We are committed to absolute excellence in our work with backflow prevention devices - because we live here, too. It's vital to keep the water supply clean for everyone's health and well-being. When you choose us for your backflow inspection and services, you can expect:
- Unsurpassed Expertise
- Quality Products & Installations
- Professional, Prepared Technicians
- Accessible Customer Support