If you suspect you need a backflow prevention we can help you find it before it becomes a massive problem. Leaking pipes in your walls or around your house can cause water damage that can be very hard to fix. We can use diagnostic testing to see if there is a leak or burst pipe you need fixed before it becomes out of control.
Signs that you need BackFlow Prevention on your property?
- Visible water damage on the walls such as peeling paint, flaky plaster near taps and fittings is a sign of a possible water leak
- Low Rumbling noise or sound of running water that doesn’t seem to go away when taps are not running
- Loss of water pressure in your system
- Water pooling in an area outside could indicate a broken underground pipe
BackFlow Devices are installed to stop the flow of water back into the plumbing services
BackFlow Valves that need to be tested annually and need to be reported to Water Corp
- RPZD – reduced pressure zone device
- DCC- double check valve
- Fire Services
WaterCorp require clients to have devices tested annually by a licensed plumber and this needs to be reported to them online.
Call the Perth Plumbing Experts
It’s better to be safe than sorry. Call the Plumbing experts now and have your property tested to make sure no expensive damage is taking place. With our time saving technology we can diagnose and detect if there is a problem which saves you money.
Our staff are highly trained and skilled at accurately locating even the most difficult to find leaks. Also, with the non-invasive methods we use. Your leaks can be detected without any damage to your house in the process.
The advanced state-of-the-art equipment used to detect these leaks means the job will be done and the leak fixed properly the first time! So once a leak is suspected, don’t wait until the leak creates further problems, costs you a small fortune in lost water & gas and repair costs down the track, or affects your property value call Aus Star Plumbing & Gas to come sniff out your leak and get it sorted, professionally and promptly.