A Quality Water Supply Depends on a Code-Compliant Backflow Preventer

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John Larkin, Sr. Partner

A Quality Water Supply Depends on a Code-Compliant Backflow Preventer | #ESC_LLC #BuildingCode | Whether it’s an automatic fire sprinkler system or residential water service, there’s suppose to be a modern, code-compliant where your water arrives at the home or business as well as in your automatic fire sprinkler system. https://wp.me/p97JNV-S0

A backflow preventer  is akin to a check valve in the plumbing realm. It isolates potentially bad, contaminated water from the good water that comes from the public water supply. They are  used in regular plumbing devices as well as automatic fire sprinkler systems.

Do I have a #backflow prevention device? | #ESC_LLC #FireSprinkler #FireCode | Residential properties with irrigation systems, pools, or fire sprinkler systems are required to have a backflow prevention device. These devices are typically located by the curb in a separate box by your water meter box. (click here to read)

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“If you have a nice home or a business, here’s why you need to consider having an Automatic Fire Sprinkler System installed!.” -John Larkin, ESC Senior Partner

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