Dallas Landscape and Irrigation is licensed to inspect, test, repair, and certify your Commercial or Residential Backflow Prevention Assemblies. In addition, we are registered by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) as Certified Backflow Testers in Dallas and surrounding areas. Our goal at Dallas Landscape and Irrigation is to provide Backflow Testing, Backflow Certification, and Backflow Inspections to keep our drinking water safe. As your local backflow testing company in Dallas, we provide scheduled and emergency backflow testing, repair, and installation services to the Dallas, Garland, Richardson, and Plano, areas.

We pride ourselves on accurate, fast, and friendly service. We test, rebuild and replace backflow preventers on commercial and residential irrigation systems, hospitals, medical buildings, and restaurants. Our #1 goal is to provide safe drinking water and build lasting customer relationships by providing excellent service with value, integrity, and quality workmanship. We offer the following Backflow Prevention Assembly Testing (BPAT) Services: Backflow Testing of Double Checks, Double Check Valves, DCA DCVA, DC, RPZ, Reduced pressure zone valve assemblies RP, RPP, RPPD, Reduced Pressure Principle Devices and PVB, Pressure Vacuum Breakers.

What we Do: Report to Local Water Purveyor, Rebuild Backflow Preventers, Yearly Backflow Inspection, and Backflow Prevention Certifications for Property Management Companies, Major Restaurant Chains, Medical Buildings, Hospitals, Grocery Stores, Warehouses, Ice Makers and Soda Fountains, Residential Properties and Commercial Properties Discounts for Entire Communities for HOA’s.

A backflow prevention assembly is what prevents the water in your system from flowing back into the public water system. A backflow prevention device is used to protect potable water supplies from contamination or pollution due to backflow. They protect against both back-siphonage and back-pressure of contaminated water into the potable water supply In our water supply systems, water is normally maintained at a significant pressure to enable water to flow from the tap, shower, or other fixture. Water pressure may fail or be reduced when a water main bursts, pipes freeze, or there is unexpectedly high demand on the water system (for example, when several fire hydrants are opened). Reduced pressure in the pipe may allow contaminated water from the soil, from storage, or from other sources to be drawn up into the system.

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Serving Dallas and Surrounding Area

Servicing both Residential, and Commercial properties in Addison, Carrollton, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Forney, Garland, Highland Park, Mesquite, Murphy, Parker, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Sunnyvale, University Park, and Wylie.