What to expect from a backflow testing service
Raintech Irrigation Backflow (Cross-connection) Testing Offers:
Need backflow testing?
For a simple process, we fill out and submit all necessary documents to the City and confirm that your annual testing has been completed, leaving you with a copy for your records. For residential properties, this valve is generally found in your basement mechanical room along your main water line. This device can only be tested by a technician registered with the American Water Works Association using a special pressure gauge that is calibrated annually.
Our Raintech technicians keep their knowledge and certificates up to date and are readily available for testing with an appointment. We will work with your schedule to book a date and time for someone to be home as we do require access inside to test this device. As a responsible local company we want to ensure the implementation of this bylaw in our city. Upon receiving a letter, call us to book an appointment, provide us with the city letter and we will take care of the rest.
Why choose Raintech Irrigation
Our licensed backflow testers are professional irrigation technician as well they will be able to address any services that are needed on your property during the same appointment.
With over 35 years of experience in the industry, we are committed to a high level of professionalism, consistency, reliability and quality in both our work and customer service.
Our mission is to provide the best and most consistent service for existing and new customers. We have a quick and reliable booking service tailored to the needs of our clients.
We offer a two-hour arrival window, so you are not waiting around all day.
Our experienced team will answer any questions or concerns that you may have about backflow testing. We also keep electronic and paper copies for future reference as per customers request.
Backflow testing frequently asked questions
The Cross Connection Control program has become a city bylaw in 2015. If their system was put in before the BYLAW # 40M2006 was put in place, their system is grandfathered in.
Generally, this is a copper device located on your main line in your basement. If you are still unsure, we have technicians that are able to speak with you and discuss what you can look for at home.
We will book a specific day and a two-hour arrival window for the appointment, once our technician is on site for the testing it will be done in a timely manner in less than 30 minutes.
We do need someone home for the appointment as your device is located inside the home by the main water shut off. Our technician will need a signature from the homeowner as the device is registered to your address.
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