Backflow Theft Protection

City Wide Backflow Prevention Company has a dedicated team of professionals licensed to provide testing, repairs, installation and service for backflow prevention assemblies throughout the Phoenix Arizona area. We have been performing backflow services for over 20 years. When you work with City Wide Backflow you will be amazed by our total commitment to your satisfaction. We are family owned and our level of service is second to none. If you are searching for a quality licensed tester, look no further.All of our backflow valve test equipment is calibrated annually to certify that it is in compliance with both City and State governing agency regulations. Testing services include vacuum breaker, double check valve, reduced pressure backflow preventer, pressure vacuum breakers and the brands of Febco, Watts, Wilkins, Conbraco, plus many more.Every backflow device must be certified and tested upon installation and annually thereafter. Our certified backflow preventer installers can provide backflow testing in the cities of Mesa AZ, Ahwatukee AZ, Chandler AZ, Higley AZ, Apache Junction AZ, Sun Lakes AZ, Tempe AZ, Gold Canyon AZ, Paradise Valley AZ, Gilbert AZ, and Scottsdale Arizona.

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Preventing Frozen Pipes

  1. Keep your pool filters, pumps, and pipes from freezing. Run your pool equipment during the freeze. Change your timers to run the pool equipment at night and keep the equipment running if freezing temperatures continue into the day.
  2. Protect all outside exposed water line shut off valves including outside water faucet hose bibs, water softener equipment, pool equipment and/or sprinkler irrigation back flow preventers. All valves need to be completely protected not just water piping.
  3. Keep garage doors closed tightly if there are water supply lines in the garage.
  4. Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors (During The Freeze Warning) and all other cabinet areas that are located on outside walls, to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to take all child safety measures that are necessary in your home.
  5. Protect all exposed water piping. Insulate all areas where water supply lines are unheated. Areas to look for are outside, crawl space, attic, garage, and under kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Both hot and cold water pipes in these areas should be insulated. A hot water supply line can freeze just as fast as a cold water supply line can freeze if water is not running through the pipe.  Note: outside hose bibs and vacuum breakers cover with a towel.
  6. During cold snaps, do not alternate temperature settings on your thermostat. Keeping your thermostat set to the same temperature both during the day and at night will help to keep pipe temperatures consistent. If you are leaving for an extended period of time, set your thermostats no lower than 60F.
  7. Open the attic access doors or stairs to allow warm air to circulate into attic for water pipes in the attic.
  8. How to keep your backflow preventer from freezing: The incoming valve should be turned off and both test ports having screw driver stops need to be turned to bleed the test ports down. Then insulate the above ground pipes with towels.

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