Backflow Preventer Repair & Inspection Services in Middle Tennessee
Jarrett Fire Protection is experienced and certified to install, service and test cross connection prevention devices. Our backflow technicians are trained and certified by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
Jarrett Fire Protection has competitive rates for testing and servicing backflow preventers depending on the size and location of each backflow.
Contact us for a free backflow preventer testing or installation estimate by calling (615) 515-1290. Emergency service are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Design & Installation
Our NICET certified engineers will work with you to determine the most cost effective and code compliant design to meet your needs.
We provide repair services for all types and sizes of backflow preventers – even those we did not install.
Contact us for a backflow service estimate or to inspect or test your backflow preventer by calling .
What is a backflow preventer?
A backflow preventer or a cross connection device is a mechanism to prevent backflow of contaminated or polluted water into the homeowner’s or public’s drinking water supply. The basic mechanism for preventing backflow is a mechanical backflow preventer, which provides a physical barrier to the backflow of water.
Utility Department Requirements
Local utility departments must comply with the rules and requirements set forth by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Water Supply, which requires all water purveyors to provide the safest water possible. Consequently, every backflow must be tested annually. Many local utility departments require that the property owner have the fireline tested by an independent company. Jarrett Fire Protection has certified backflow specialists that are able to test the fireline backflows annually and submit the reports to the local utility department. We are also able to repair domestic, irrigation and fireline backflows.
Metro Water Department inspects all backflows within their division. However, when that backflow fails, it is up to the property owner to have the backflow repaired within a specified time frame which can be 10 days for a serious offense to 30 days for something less serious. We are able to test and repair for any utility company within the Middle Tennessee area.
Jarrett Fire Protection has competitive rates for testing each backflow preventer depending on the size and location of each backflow.
Call today to get your free quote on servicing or testing your backflow device.