Mesquite is a historical city in the heart of Dallas County in Texas. Mesquite is where authentic Texan culture thrives. It is the Rodeo Capital of Texas Mesquite is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors with over sixty parks that offer experiences for everyone. It also has various nature trails and historical parks. The possibilities of outside fun and exercise are endless. Mesquite is a vibrant community to reside in.
Mesquite follows year round water conservation measures. The City of Mesquite Requires as part of the building codes is a backflow device to eliminate the backflow or cross contamination of the water system. Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water in a potable water distribution system as a result of a cross connection. In other words, water flow going in the wrong direction. These devices are typically found on irrigation systems, restaurants, dentist offices, etc. You can see the official link here
Why are Backflow Prevention Assemblies required?
Approved backflow prevention assemblies must be installed to comply with the City of Mesquite Ordinance No. 3325 as well as State and Federal Environmental Laws. All backflow prevention assemblies must be tested upon installation and thereafter annually by a licensed backflow tester, excluding residential assemblies which require testing upon installation.
A fee of $25 per year, per assembly, will be charged by the City of Mesquite for annual inspections and will be included on your monthly water bill in the month of your annual inspection. This fee is in addition to any testing charges by the backflow tester.
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Prime Inspection [pb1] offers backflow testing services in Mesquite. The testing is required to check if there is no cross connection between drinking water and water for other purposes. It is required by law to install backflow prevention assemblies. Prime Inspection Backflow in Mesquite has a team of licensed testers. They are highly qualified to install, repair and test backflow prevention assemblies and backflow valves both in residential and commercial buildings.