Backflow Prevention & Maintenance
Certified Backflow Prevention Specialists
Certified in backflow prevention assemblies including their installation, repair, and testing for all of Los Angeles and Ventura counties Pacific Vista Landscape Serivces offers low rates to our clients with backflow requirements. We also specialize in custom protective cages for the backflow assembly, repairs to existing devices, and offer a free annual reminder for testing.
Emergency backflow services and after hours service are also available. Protecting the public water system from contamination is essential for the safety of our water supply. Cross-connections of pipes between the public water system and private water systems can lead to backflow issues in which untested and possibly unsafe water goes the wrong direction due to backpressure, can contaminate the public water supply system. To protect against backflow and subsequent water contamination, there is a Backflow Protection Program by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, (LADWP.) When backflow protection is necessary, customers are required by the LADWP to have an approved backflow prevention assembly installed and tested annually by a certified company like Pacific Vista Landscape Services.
As explained by the Los Angeles County Waterworks District, "A cross-connection is any connection between a safe drinking water system and any other untested water source, system, or equipment that may contain unsafe substance. LACWD's public water systems are designed to keep water flowing in one direction-from LACWD's water main to the customers' connections. When an undesirable condition known as backflow occurs, water is allowed to flow in the opposite direction and may bring contaminants or pollutant into the public drinking water supply through a cross-connection. Backflow is caused by a back-siphonage or a backpressure condition in the public water system. Back-siphonage may occur when the pressure in the public water system drops below atmospheric pressure and creates a vacuum that may pull unsafe substance into the public water supply. Backpressure may occur when the pressure from a private water system becomes greater than the pressure in the public water system. This difference in pressure may allow unsafe substance from the private water system to enter the public water system. Approved backflow prevention assemblies are designed to prevent backflow of contaminants or pollutants from entering the public water systems.""
Call Pacific Vista Landscape Services today for installation, repairs, and testing by our professional, certified backflow prevention service team and let us ensure your property is in compliance with
LADWP's Backflow Prevention Program!