Protecting our water together

Backflow Prevention Services, Michigan’s Experts in Cross-Connection Control

Proudly Serving Commercial & Residential Customers Throughout Michigan For Over 30 Years

Testing & Certification

Backflow preventers need to be tested annually per plumbing code. Our testers are familiar with all makes, models, and sizes of backflow prevention assemblies approved for use in the State of Michigan. We’re happy to provide certification documentation to the appropriate authorities on your behalf.


If your backflow preventer isn’t working correctly, you could risk contaminating the drinking water supply. Our ASSE 5110 and 5130 Certified, Licensed Plumbers are experts in backflow prevention services. Since only licensed plumbers are approved to repair assemblies, don’t risk water contamination with an inferior repair. No matter the time of day, our trucks are stocked with the right tools to repair all types of assemblies.


From a quote you can understand, to coordinating with city and town inspectors and water departments, our licensed plumbers will work with you to ensure your installation experience runs smoothly. We’ll install appropriately designed backflow assemblies that meet your site’s needs and local plumbing codes.

System Design

Our industry experts will work with you to design and install backflow assemblies and systems that protect our drinking water from contamination. We’ll handle everything from evaluating your current system to coordinating with appropriate city inspectors and officials to keep you compliant.

Backflow Industry Experts You Can Rely On

With over 30 years of experience — even the experts turn to us when they need advice.

We take our role as Michigan’s backflow industry experts as seriously as our commitment to protecting our drinking water from contamination.

Our fully insured team has experience working with many different customers from a wide range of industries, including

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Heavy Industrial
  • Municipal
  • Military facilities

With Journeyman and Master Plumbers, and ASSE 5110 testers, our reliable team can handle any backflow situation.

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Is Your Water Protected?

Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water. Backflow can lead to dangerous, non-potable (polluted) substances being introduced into public or private water systems, causing severe health and safety threats.

Unfortunately, backflow incidents and situations often come without warning, and many are never reported. Annual testing and servicing provided by experts in the industry is your best defense against unexpected water contamination due to backflow preventer malfunction.

Schedule your next backflow preventer service!

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Why Choose Backflow Prevention Services?


Backflow prevention servicing isn’t just part of our business. It’s our entire business. As leaders in the industry, led by a nationally recognized industry specialist — If it has to do with backflow prevention, we know it and can handle it from start to finish.


We genuinely care about protecting the drinking water — and our customers, many of whom have been with us for 10 years or more. We’re committed to keeping your drinking water as clean as if our kids were drinking it.


Our trucks are equipped with the right backflow tools, parts, and experts for any situation to minimize downtime and maximize efficiency. Our service area includes the entire state of Michigan, and our friendly office staff looks forward to speaking with you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water. Backflow may contain non-potable, harmful substances that are transferred into a public or individual water system, causing serious health and safety hazards.

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BFPA devices have rubber components that may be damaged or deteriorate over time. Usually, valves fail about once every five years. That’s why BFPA manufacturers and most cities, counties, and states require yearly device testing to ensure the device works correctly and is compliant with regulations.

A BFPA is a valve that will only allow water to flow in one direction. This helps prevent non-potable substances from entering public water supplies. Residential water systems (washing machines, dishwashers, water fountains, pools, lawn irrigation systems,  etc.) that are directly attached to your water line may contain water that doesn’t meet potable water specifications. These systems should be protected with backflow prevention systems, which will isolate them from the public water supply.

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