What is Backflow Prevention?
The term backflow prevention means to disallow pollutants or contaminants to enter our public drinking water. This is achieved by using a backflow device. These devices must be tested annually to ensure functionality. Ever wonder about those green boxes in the ground, at your entrance, near your water meter? That’s them!
What to Expect
Bobby Amos has been in the plumbing industry for 35+ years. He is very passionate about plumbing and stays up to date on the latest codes and plumbing technology. He is a one-man show as he likes to ensure a job is being done the way he believes is right. ‘He has been awarded “Best of Forsyth Plumber” for four consecutive years. His backflow services include testing, repairing, replacing, and installing backflow prevention devices.
As he is considered the best in Forsyth and is highly recommended by past customers, we receive hundreds of orders on a monthly basis. Unfortunately, with him being the sole operator and unforeseen emergencies arising (such as pipe busts), it is difficult to tell what his schedule will look like.
Due to not being able to give an exact date and time for your backflow service – we work very closely with Forsyth County, Gwinnett County, Hall County, Dawson County, the City of Cumming, and Cherokee County to ensure our customers are not penalized.
Here’s What We Promise
- Bobby will service your location before you are penalized.
- You may receive letters (even certified letters!) but we will make sure you are not disconnected or fined.
- The letters are sent because the government must make sure you order your backflow service.
- We will inspect your devices with care in making sure your device is protecting our community’s drinking water.
Payment upon order will prioritize your location.