Backflow Testing Sacramento
Installation, Testing & Repair Services
Backflow prevention has become more and more monitored in Sacramento county and California. We have a certified backflow tester on staff who can handle your testing needs. We also can install new backflow devices as needed or required by different water agencies. Once we’ve received your needs, we will take care of the rest of the process for you.
For more information or to schedule service, call us at (916) 739-1420 or fill out the form.
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Backflow Testing Services
Recently these devices have become more and more important to commercial and HOAs.
Lawnman can provide testing, repair, and installation for your property’s needs. We test and can repair both domestic and irrigation backflow devices. We work with multiple water providers and will handle the process.
Contact us today or check out how it works below and schedule your backflow test appointment today.
Here's How It Works
We’ll send over one of our qualified Lawnman associates who will complete the work on whatever schedule works for you.
That's All Folks!
Sit back and relax knowing that your backflow system is getting the care it deserves!
Family Owned Since 1992. Lawnman is a local family company servicing the greater Sacramento area. We pride ourselves on strong communication, creative problem solving in landscape and modern landscape design.
Backflow Testing, Installation, & Repair
The state of California requires annual testing of all backflow structures and assemblies. Lawnman will inspect, test, install, or repair your backlow devices and make sure they reach the requirements that the state of California has set.
Frequently Asked Questions
Backflow testing is making sure your plumbing system works properly and ensures that your drinking water isn’t contaminated or being contaminated.
Backflow testing, especially in Sacramento, and California, is required at least annually. It can happen more often than this depending on the water supplier.
If backflow occurs, it can contaminate clean water and damage pipes, create leaks and create a multitude of other plumbing problems.