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In many countries. approved backflow prevention assemblies are required by law, and must be installed in accordance with plumbing or building codes.  A typical backflow assembly has test cocks and shut-off valves, and must be tested when installed, if relocated or repaired, and also on a periodic basis.

In the US, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) holds local water suppliers responsible for maintaining a certain amount of purity in potable water systems. Many states and/or local municipalities require annual testing of backflow prevention assemblies. In most cases, the law requires a double check (DC), reduced pressure principle device  device, or an air gap when backflow prevention is mandated. In Florida, the code requires an annual test and inspection by certified backflow technicians.

A-1 Backflow Service, Corp. is owned by Bill Cannizzaro who has been a Master Plumber since 1978. With experience in all phases of plumbing he started A-1 Backflow Service, Corp. in January of 2015 with 1 location in Broward County and now expanded  to an additional location in Palm Beach County.
Our services include:
Backflow Testing of all brands
Annual Testing and Certifications
Repair All Sizes of Backflow Preventers  
New installation on All Sizes
Replacements on All Sizes

From the RPZ otherwise known as the Reduced Pressure Zone Backflow Valve, to the Double Check typically used for fire water services and the Pressure Vacuum Breaker used for irrigation water services, we service them all. A-1 Backflow Service, Corp. has experience with all makes and models of backflow devises. Our certified backflow technicians have access to all backflow valve parts usually with 24 hours if we do not have them already in stock and only  use genuine manufacturer replacement part kits, and repair tools.