Protecting your home or business from unwanted water is an increasing concern for Ontario residents. One way to protect your property is to install a backflow preventer.
There is a potential for backflow water to get into your home when there is a high demand on the water system, a water main bursts, or there is a reduction of pressure in the water lines. During these situations, contaminated water could enter your water system. At Bradshaw Plumbing, we can help you with all your backflow preventer installation needs
Our team will make sure that your property is in need of a backflow preventer prior to installation. Expect and honest and transparent inspection and quote for installation.
Our team is trained and certified to perform backflow preventer installation. We’re certified Cross Connection Control/Backflow Prevention Specialists and abide by all city building codes and regulations.
Expect top quality customer service from our team. We’re happy to answer your question, help you explore your options and choose the best plumbing solutions for your home or business.
Great Place and very helpful. They were able to provide the right piece that I needed. And even gave me a helpful tips to insure it didn’t leak. I will come back here again.
This is the first time I have dealt with this company and an totally pleased with the work performed. My taps had been leaking for a long time and were totally corroded. I wondered how they would ever get them removed. The plumber, Todd arrived. He was courteous, efficient and was able to get the job done with no mess left behind! I will definitely use this company again if needed.
I have never used their plumbing services but I have gone to their store front on several occasions to get products and advice on do-it-myself repairs. The staff has always been really helpful and more than willing to give me some pointers. Thanks!
It’s important to hire a qualified backflow preventer contractor or plumber to ensure it is installed correctly and according to the building code in your city. When hiring a plumber it’s important to ensure they have the proper certification to install a backflow preventer on your property. Another thing to look for is experience and reliability. Look for a plumber that has a good reputation in the area, is known for providing top quality service, and someone who does good work.
In Toronto, plumbers and technicians must possess an Ontario Water Works Association (OWWA) or equivalent certification as a Cross Connection Control/Backflow Prevention Specialist in addition to a master plumber or journeyman plumber with a contractor licence.
A backflow preventer is a device used to prevent potable water supplies and the unwanted reversal of water flow into your plumbing system. It ensures the drinking water in your home or business is protected from pollutants, contaminants, infectious agents and other substances from getting into your water supply.
Backflow preventers are commonly installed at the water connection from city lines to your property. It can also be installed at or near your water meter and it other areas where a potable water system connects with a non-potable water system. Examples of these cross connections that are found in homes include washers, dishwashers and fire sprinkler systems.
If you are looking for someone to install a backflow preventer in your home or business, or if you have questions about the presence of, or need for, a backflow preventer device on your property, contact Bradshaw Plumbing today.
At Bradshaw Plumbing & Renovations - the safety and well-being of our staff, our customers, and our community is our top priority. Rest assured that we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely, and taking the necessary precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy.
To help with prevention, we have put the following protocols in place for our staff:
1.) Providing staff members with ample supply of: hand sanitizers, disinfectant wipes, masks, gloves, face shields, and eye protection.
2.) Asking customers if they have been diagnosed with or exposed to COVID-19, or if they have any cold or flu symptoms, prior to entering their home or business.
3.) Team members have been instructed to keep safe social distance, to avoid shaking hands when serving customers, and to work at least 6 ft away from others at all times.
4.) Any staff member that develops cold or flu-like symptoms will refrain from working immediately and be asked to contact Ontario's Public Health Agency to follow the COVID-19 testing and self-isolation protocols.
5.) Should the situation present itself, our staff members have the right to refuse entry into a property if they feel they are in harmsway.
6.) The parts department is available from Monday to Friday for curbside pickup of essential plumbing repair parts.
7.) Please note that during this time, the showroom will be closed until further notice.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, as we all do our part to keep eachother safe and healthy during these challenging times. We will get through this together.