Pressure Regulator Special!
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How do I find out how much water pressure I have?
Any hardware store, Home Depot, or Lowes carries a test gauge you can put on your hose bib. Make sure it has a tell tail on it so your can record the highest pressures that you get in a 24 hour period.
How much water pressure should I have?
It should be some where between 45 and 70 PSI. If you have more pressure than this, you need a pressure regulator.
Do I need a backflow valve on my irrigation system?
Yes, a PVB is required on sprinkler systems by the UPC. Some commercial applications require a city certified backflow test every year.
Do I need a backflow preventer on my potable water supply?
In most cases backflow assemblies are required on commercial lines only, but check with your local city water providers.
How much will it cost?
We offer a free estimate on all our pressure regulators and backflow installations, testing, and repairs. We will come to your location and provide you with a written estimate on all work that needs to be performed.
How do I find out more on backflow assemblies and pressure regulators?
Click on the manufacturer's logo above, or go to the ABPA web site above for more information.
My double check backflow device is leaking. Can it be fixed?
Yes, in most cases parts kits are available for Febco, Watts, Wilkins, Conbraco or any other manufacturer’s type of device, double check. PVB, or reduced pressure principle device.
The very best!!! I have used City Wide for 20 years and they have been the most dependable company into the the valley for any plumbing or service job. On -Time and on the money - Never more than quoted price. I wouldn't use anyone else for business or home needs. The employees in the office and in the field are courteous and helpful and knowledgeable. thank you City Wide for always being there!! Carol - 09/25/2009