We are certified in backflow prevention assembly installation and inspection to ensure your commercial plumbing system in Colorado is in compliance.
Foster Plumbing’s team of commercial plumbing specialists are licensed and certified to install, inspect, and test backflow prevention assemblies (formerly called backflow prevention devices). Backflow prevention compliance is required in buildings to protect public drinking water. Backflow of water through cross-connection pipes can allow chemicals, bacteria, microorganisms or other potential health hazards to contaminate drinking water. To protect the health and safety of our communities, the State of Colorado and the city of Denver requires backflow prevention assemblies in cross-connection systems and annual inspections.
Do you need to worry about backflow prevention? Yes, if you manage a retail location, restaurant, school, government building, or other commercial or industrial property. You are required to have an approved backflow prevention assembly installed to comply with Denver Water’s Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention Program. It must tested annually by a licensed plumber certified in backflow prevention. Our team at Foster Plumbing has the skills and experience to ensure your backflow prevention assembly is expertly installed and meets local and state requirements.