Certified backflow prevention testing, installation, and repair
Click's Plumbing is licensed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. We have the necessary training and certifications to take care of all your backflow prevention needs.
We are licensed from the TCEQ as a Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester, license #BP0011147. Title 30 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 30 and Chapter 290 and Texas Water Code Chapter 37 require a person who tests or repairs the installation or funtionality of a backflow prevention assembly must hold a license issued by the TCEQ. We are also licensed by the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners to install new backflow preventers.
The State of Texas requires every lawn sprinkler system installed in the State to be protected by a certified backflow prevention device. A certified backflow prevention device must also be installed at ALL commercial facilities and anywhere a contamination possibility exists. These devices are required to protect the quality and safety of the drinking water. As a homeowner or commercial property owner, you are partially responsible for protecting the water supply. You are actually liable for contamination that is derived from your property and can be sued. Therefore, it is extremely important that you use the appropriate licensed professionals to make the connection for your sprinkler system or commercial building. In the state of Texas that means a licensed plumber or licensed irrigator. There are many people out there that are putting in sprinkler systems that are not licensed and they are putting their customers (and the rest of the community on the water supply) at risk. Don't make the mistake of using someone that is not licensed to make this connection. Also, make sure that your licensed professional pulls the appropriate permits if they are going to make a connection to the water supply.
In addition to being in compliance with state law, a properly installed, approved and working backflow preventer is highly important to prevent the cross contamination of water from your irrigation system into your drinking water system. A loss of pressure in the city water supply can cause the backflow of water from the lawn irrigation system into your drinking water, which can cause contamination by animal wastes, lawn chemicals or other harmful items. This is why it is so important to protect your water supply with the proper backflow device.
We provide full backflow services, including the testing and installation of new backflow preventers as well as the testing, repair, and replacement of existing backflow preventers. Our service is professional. We will take of filing the paperwork with the required authoritative agency. We cover Spring, The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Oak Ridge North, Conroe, Tomball, Magnolia, and many other surrounding areas. We can help you keep your family safe and stay in compliance with state law. Give us a call today for an evaluation.
Backflow Prevention Devices