Backflow is one of the worst things that can happen to your plumbing system. When you use the shower or wash your dishes, you expect the water that runs down the drain to be disposed of appropriately. If contaminated water manages to flow in the opposite direction, towards your home instead of away from it, this may be a potential backflow issue that needs to be addressed promptly. Give Excalibur Plumbing a call! Our skilled team of Cedar Park plumbers can help you keep the backflow away.
There are pressure systems that are designed to move clean water into your home and move dirty water out. However, if there was a water main break or an open hydrant in your neighborhood, it can allow the contaminated water to seep back into the clean water supply.
These are the most common types of backflow prevention devices available:
Most homes have air gaps, a gap between the faucet head and the sink. If pressure builds in the pipes, there is a place for the water to collect in the pool. If you have any concerns about whether or not your pipes have backflow prevention, you should give our Leander plumbers a call. We are able to install backflow prevention devices and can come in for periodic checks on the device to make sure that it is working correctly.
Your livelihood depends on having clean water to drink and use in your home. Don't put you or your family at risk by overlooking a potential backflow problem in your plumbing. Our team prioritizes your needs above all else. We stay on top of our progress and give you updates when we work on your job because we know that this is key for building a trusting relationship. We have won the Super Service Award from Angie's List and have built a reputation for providing some of the finest plumbing services possible.
To learn more about how we else we can further assist you with any plumbing needs, or to schedule a service, get in touch with us today!