Why did my backflow device test fail
Why did my backflow device test fail?
What to do after the backflow test fails
Based on the reason for the backflow device test fail you can more than likely get replacement parts. With supply shortages, getting parts is now harder than ever. If the device is very old or no longer being made, parts could be even harder to get or non-existent. In cases where parts are hard to get or very long lead time, we can replace the whole device. Replacement is sometimes the quickest solution but often requires a building permit.
If your backflow device test failed and are looking to get it repaired or replaced, call the trusted plumbers at Trouble Shooters. We are an approved contractor for the testing, installation, and maintenance of commercial backflow preventers in the Province of Ontario.
If you have more questions on how these devices work, visit our Backflow Preventer page to learn more.