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Antioch Backflow Services 

Experienced Plumbers in Contra Costa County & Alameda County

Few things fill homeowners with as much dread as the realization that contaminated water is coming back into the fresh water supply. To stop this unpleasant situation from occurring, it is crucial to seek out Antioch backflow services from CalTek Plumbing. Our helpful experts make it our primary aim to keep clients safe and healthy with backflow prevention.

Ask any question about our backflow services by calling us at (925) 940-2005.

The Consequences of Backflow

Any signs of backflow should immediately compel homeowners to seek out professional support from knowledgeable plumbers. Not only is backflow unpleasant to look at or smell, but it is also highly harmful.

Some of the many consequences of backflow include:

  • Extensive water damage to valuable furniture, décor, and other belongings
  • Diminished integrity of the floors, walls, ceilings, and foundation 
  • Increased chances of pipes deteriorating or corroding
  • Expensive repairs for breaches, gaps, and leaks caused by high-pressured backflow
  • Exposure of the household, as well as the whole municipal network, to hazardous contaminants
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  • Thank you so much for the great service!

    "Jordan and Jesus were tidy, friendly, and knowledgeable about the task. They have replaced my shower valve in a timely manner. Now, I will not have any problem with my shower."

    - Lawrence S.
  • Incredibly Fast

    "They detected six (6) broken pipes and fixed them brilliantly three (3) hours later, working as a team! I'm quite happy with their job. Straightforward, professional, mature, and hardworking."

    - Marlene M.
  • 5 stars!

    "I'm happy I have this business to help me with everything!"

    - Wilfried S.
  • Thank you!

    "I am quite delighted with today's visit. Jordan and Rudy were outstanding. They mended a leaking toilet. Not only that, but Jordan found a cost-effective solution to restore water pressure to my kitchen sink, which we hadn't had in well over a decade."

    - Matthew R.
  • This group is always incredibly professional and responsive.

    "Very quickly, a new water heater was installed. After installation, there was a problem with no hot water. Technicians were dispatched as soon as possible to identify the problem. Iris identified the problem accurately and immediately fixed it."

    - Calvin T.

What Is a Backflow Prevention Device?

It is bad enough if contaminated water flowed back up the pipes into one home, but it is even worse if the entire municipal system is affected. This is why homeowners are required by most local governments to have backflow prevention systems installed. These devices are attached to the pipes to ensure that water cannot go backward to the main city supply. To make sure that all residents comply with this responsibility, high fines are set as consequences for those who neglect to install these devices.

Some cities even mandate that homes must get proof of installation from a professional plumber, and we can offer this service. We have many affordable systems that can be suited to the size and budget of your property.

Our skilled technicians are ready to help seven days a week and 24 hours a day, so get in touch online.

Why Choose CalTek Plumbing & Rooter?

  • Hablamos Español
  • One-Stop Shop
  • Emergency Services
  • Locally Owned & Operated

How Often Should Backflow Prevention Devices Be Tested?

Although backflow prevention appliances are very advanced, even the most cutting-edge system is liable to fail after some time. This is why regular backflow testing should be scheduled with our experts. During the test, one of our experts will first shut off the downstream valve. After a short period of time, they will use specialized kits to test the pressure level.

Financially conscious homeowners may wonder how often their systems require testing. This partly depends on the type of device. A double-check valve (DCV) assembly usually requires a test every two to three years. A reduced pressure zone (RPZ) assembly, however, should be examined at least once a year. Depending on how much the system is used, some assemblies might require more checks. Our skilled experts at CalTek Plumbing can advise the right number of tests for your unique property. 

Learn more about our Antioch backflow services by calling us at (925) 940-2005.

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