Professional Backflow Installation , Repair and Testing in Allegheny County, PA and Surrounding Areas
If you have a backflow prevention device, it is imperative to ensure it is properly maintained, tested and inspected at least once a year. This is nothing to stress about. At West Penn Backflow, we will handle all your backflow prevention needs and even remind you when it is time to have your backflow device tested. We are certified and licensed to provide backflow testing, repair and installation in Allegheny County, PA and beyond.
During our backflow testing process, we will inspect your assembly for damages, wear and potential failure. Next, we’ll certify the backflow assembly in compliance with requirements of the State of Philadelphia and your local water & health departments. If we identify any issues, we will provide you with a comprehensive analysis and quote. Our backflow technicians have the necessary knowledge and expertise to repair your assembly and restore it to proper working conditions quickly and efficiently.
When you hire West Penn Backflow for all your backflow needs, you can expect minimal downtime and exceptional service. We provide a full range of backflow prevention services, including installation, repair, testing and maintenance. We understand the importance of quick, reliable testing. We proudly serve both commercial and residential clients in Allegheny, PA and surrounding areas. Give us a call at 724-747-3292 to schedule an appointment with one of our certified backflow technicians.
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Common Signs That You Need a Backflow Repair
The water coming out of your tap should have a pleasant taste, no odor, be clean and have uninterrupted flow. However, if you notice any of the signs below, you may need to contact us for backflow repair services.
- Water has a bad taste
- Discolored water
- Your water has a bad Sulfur smell.
- Slow or interrupted water flow
- Presence of rust particles or sediments in water
- Slow drains or if you notice increased water levels in some drains and decreased water levels in others simultaneously.
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