Backflow Prevention Assembly Testing & Installation

All commercial buildings require a back-flow prevention device to be installed at each public potable water service entrance. The back-flow prevention devices are required by law to be tested annually to ensure cross contamination does not occur in the potable public water main.

Peters Consultants, Inc. has ASSE (American Society of Sanitary Engineering) certified backflow assembly testers ready to help. As a state-certified backflow assembly tester, we’ll work with you to ensure your system meets all legal requirements. Don’t have a backflow device installed? We can provide inspection, consultation and installation of reliable products.

Affordable, Flat Rate Pricing

  • $99 per device tested
  • No trip charge within 25 miles of Berwick, PA
  • Certified, licensed, and insured technicians

What Is Backflow?

Back-flow occurs when water in your plumbing system becomes reversed, and flows back into the potable public water main. Contamination of the public potable water main can occur.

How Is Backflow Prevented?

Backflow is prevented by installing a backflow prevention device. Several different types exist but all backflow prevention devices require annual inspection and maintenance to ensure they continue working as designed.

Who Needs Backflow Certification?

All commercial properties are required to have an appropriate backflow prevention device installed. In our area, PA American Water, Aqua America, and SUEZ Water are responsible for ensuring that effective backflow prevention measures are in place with all of their commercial customers.