Install a backflow preventer to protect your home against contaminated drinking water
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Backflow preventers are essential parts of our water system, especially in most parts of Toronto, where the local regulations stipulate that each house must have a backflow preventer attached to its drainage to protect both residents and the city itself. Failure to do so often attracts fines and sanctions from the local government authorities.
We are all aware that installing backflow preventers can be a challenging operation. However, if you’re looking for a reliable installer in Toronto, one who understands the drainage terrain in Toronto and the dynamics of its plumbing operation. Then look no further and permit me to introduce you to Royal Works!!!
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It is highly recommended to install a backflow preventer in any situation where incoming water and wastewater have a chance of being cross-connected or meeting each other. This protects you and your home, keeping your bathing, drinking, and cleaning water safe. Also, depending on your home's location and the regulations covering there, you may be required to install Backflow to protect yourself and your city from the risk of water contamination.
However, in a home where your irrigation system runs on a well, you may decide whether or not to install a backflow preventer.
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At Royal works, our team will inspect your property and plumbing system, then thereafter offer you a free estimate of what installing a backflow preventer on your facility would cost.
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The installation method of a backflow preventer can significantly impact its overall lifespan, performance, and the safety of those who inspect, repair, or install it. Below are some essential tips for installing a backflow preventer.
Install the backflow preventer above ground -If the backflow preventer is installed below ground level, it runs a risk of cross connections due to flooding, defeating the installation’s aim in the first place. It should also be at least five feet from the ground to ease repairs.
It is advisable to install it in an outside position because if installed inside, it poses a risk to the property and maintenance personnel who will be looking after it. And if you must install it indoors, make sure it’s twelve inches above the ground and four feet.
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