Servicing Logan, Redland and Brisbane areas
At Purity Plumbing, we know that having an efficient backflow prevention is essential for all residential, commercial and industrial properties. A backflow prevention device installation is necessary to protect drinking water supplies from being contaminated by potentially harmful polluted water.
Our fully accredited backflow plumbers are highly experienced and trained in backflow installation and testing as well as provide you with a schedule for the annual testing of your device. We are able to supply and install an approved backflow prevention device for all plumbing systems.
With Purity Plumbing on the job, you can rest assured that your backflow installation is completed correctly inline with Australian Standards and to the highest safety standards; giving you peace of mind that your drinking water supply is safe.
A backflow preventer device is a valve that prevents the reverse flow of potentially harmful polluted water entering, and contaminating, our drinking water (potable) supply.
Backflow is a plumbing hazard caused by contaminated water flowing back from the mains supply or from a wastewater system into the clean potable water supply in domestic or commercial premises.
Backflow can occur when a drop in water pressure, or a lower water pressure in the mains supply, causes a reversal in the direction of the polluted water flow back to your property. This reversal is known as back-siphonage and can be highly dangerous.
Backflow can occur when there is a sudden drop in water pressure in the mains supply, or when the water pressure in the mains supply is lower than the pressure in your property. This causes a reversal in the direction of the polluted water flow back to your property.
A common cause of backflow includes a cross-connections between the mains supply and non-potable water systems within your home, sudden changes in pressure or an interruption of supply in the water mains.
Backflow can cause damage to your home from polluted water, and may even harm your water supply. If you are concerned about the possibility of backflow in your home, contact our licensed plumbers for a full advice and inspection.
The Plumbing and Drainage Act 2018 states that as the property owner, it is your responsibility to register all installed testable backflow prevention devices with your local Council.
Each year your backflow prevention device must be tested by an endorsed backflow plumber, with an annual fee per device to be paid to your Council.
A backflow prevention device that requires testing, may be present on your property if you have any of the following:
Examples of commercial properties that require backflow prevention are:
Only endorsed backflow plumbers can install and test a backflow prevention device
As licensed plumber professionals, we at Everyday Plumbing are committed to providing our customers the best service on backflow prevention installation. Our services include the installation of a backflow prevention device in order to comply with Australian Standard AS2845 - Water Supply: Backflow Prevention Device Requirements.
After installation, our backflow plumbers will then submit a government mandated Backflow Prevention Valve Test Report to your local Council within 10 days as well as arranging an annual backflow testing schedule for all our backflow prevention installations.
We guarantee first-class workmanship for all our customers, ensuring that your backflow installation is completed according to the required regulations. By choosing us, you can be assured that your backflow prevention installation is done in a professional and effective manner.
If you would like to speak to one of our friendly team members about having a backflow device installed in your home or business, or would like to know about any backflow prevention services we provide, call our team today at 0432 074 459 or fill in our online enquiry form.