Expert Columbia Plumbing Company Strengthens Backflow Prevention Services for 2022

West Columbia-based Plumb Time Plumbing helps customers understand why backflow prevention is critical to preventing contamination of drinking water cross connections and more.

Plumb Time Plumbing and Drain Services LLC, a South Carolina-based residential/commercial and household plumbing and drain company with over 20 years of experience, is bolstering its premium backflow prevention services for the new year, helping customers understand why backflow prevention is essential to prevent contamination of drinking water cross connections – and more.

“The potential issue of backflow should be at the top of every home and business owner’s list, and that’s what we’ve been emphasizing to our valued customers in the New Year,” says Owner Manny Anderson, operator and master plumber of Temps d’aplomb. “While not something anyone thinks about much, if at all, it could become very significant if this backflow is caused by a contaminated source. Cross-connection of the contaminated water could then lead to serious health issues. for those who use water.

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Professionals like Anderson have been encouraging everyone for years to take the time to thank all of the experts involved in protecting our country’s drinking water for their role in keeping this drinking water safe, and 2022 will be no different. . These experts, according to Plumb Time representatives, include backflow prevention assembly testers and interconnect control specialists, public water supply operators, plumbers, inspectors, turf and sprinkler installers. firefighters, engineers, building maintenance personnel and regulators.

Additionally, Plumb Time analyzed reports of changing trends presented by the American Backflow Prevention Association, an organization whose members have a common interest in protecting drinking water from cross-connect contamination. As Anderson explains, “As an organization dedicated to education and technical assistance, ABPA, through its network of regions and chapters, supports local needs and interests through the resources of this national organization, and we remain committed to standing by them when it comes to advancing all aspects of prevention – all for the continued protection of all water users.

As Plumb Time representatives explain to customers, a loss of water pressure can cause water to back up into the system, a phenomenon known as back-siphoning which can lead to contamination of the water supply with toxic chemicals and other contaminants. Depending on these contaminants in the water, this can then lead to a potential public health crisis – the main reason Plumb Time is focusing on this service at the start of the new year.

“Devices designed to manage backflow prevention are designed to prevent back-siphoning in the event of a sudden drop in water pressure,” Anderson adds. “The device senses a change in water pressure or flow and quickly shuts off the water supply, preventing contamination of freshwater supplies and protecting public health.”

Beyond preventative devices, Plumb Time is dedicated to strengthening its certified backflow testing services in 2022, its plumbing staff assuring customers that the company’s service technicians are fully trained as well as ABPA and ASSE certified, benefiting from an in-depth knowledge of prevention devices and test procedures. .

Plumb Time Plumbing serves the Lexington and Columbia areas with excellent plumbing repairs, water heaters, sewer lines, drain cleaning, sewer camera tactics, general plumbing services and more again. The company is located at 3513 Delree Street in West Columbia and can be reached by calling (803) 988-9202 or for more information visit the website listed above.

Contact information:
Name: Manny Anderson
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Organization: Plumb Time Plumbing and Drain Services
Address: 3513 Delree St, Columbia, SC 29170, USA
Phone: +1-803-988-9202

Build ID: 89062748

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