Backflow Testing

Certified Backflow Testing in Lincoln, NE

Is it time for your yearly backflow inspection? The City of Lincoln requires that all testable backflow devices be tested at least annually by a certified Grade 6 Operator. Typically all commercial properties will have a backflow prevention device installed after the water meter. You may also find a backflow device installed on your irrigation system.

All of our backflow testing services are offered at a flat rate so you know exactly what the cost will be before we arrive. Our technicians are Grade 6 certified and have only the best equipment for testing the backflow devices in your home or business. If you would like to schedule a backflow test please use the form below.

Additional Backflow TestResidential and Commercial$57.50

We are able to test additional backflows at your home or business at a discounted price. We will submit a test report for each additional backflow to the City, as well as provide you a copy for your records.

* Exceptions may apply. Please feel free to give us a call at 402-434-2400 for details.

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    Backflow Testing FAQ

    Typically if you have a backflow protection device that requires testing you will receive a notification from the City of Lincoln. You will be required to test this backflow on an annual basis, at a minimum. Along with an annual test we also recommend having a backflow tested if you notice water near the backflow location or water constantly discharging from the drain on the backflow device. If you are unsure if your device needs to be tested please feel free to give us a call.

    Firstly, your backflow may be just doing it's job. Occasionally your device may release water through the discharge piping, in short bursts this is completely normal. However, if your backflow device will not stop dumping water or is constantly leaking this may be an indication that there is debris stuck in the device, or a mechanical failure. In either case a certified backflow technician should be called for repairs.