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Why Is Backflow Testing Important?

  Why Is Backflow Testing Important? "Backflow testing is a cross-connection or permanent connection between a public water system or consumer’s potable water system and any other source that contains non-potable water or other substances”. Backflow into a public water system can pollute or contaminate the water in that system making the water unusable or unsafe to drink." (ABPA, American Backflow Prevention Association) How often is Backflow Testing Done? Backflow testing can either be done at a home or commercial property and testing is required yearly to each device. The county will send out notices to your home or commercial...

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What is Hydro-Jetting?


  What is Hydro-Jetting? Hydro-Jetting is a method used by Commercial Plumbers to clean drains with extreme water pressure. Hydro jetting is different from snaking or other types of drain cleaning because it requires heavier equipment and should be performed by a professional. Hydro-jetting is usually needed for commercial facilities such as: Restaurants Hotels Schools Commercial Kitchens Multi-tenant Housing Office Building Light Industrial Hydro-Jetting relies on the use of high water pressure to clean your clogged drains. Hydro-jetting usually has a pressure that is between 1500 to 4000 pounds per minute. The hydro jetting tool works because of two sets...

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Service 1st Promotes “GREEN” Pools

  Service 1st Promotes “GREEN” Pools Swimming Pools are often overlooked when considering energy savings but have some of the most energy consuming equipment in your facility. Swimming Pool Circulation Pumps, incandescent lights, and gas heaters all consume excessive amounts of energy and all have options to save considerably. Whether your equipment is ten years old or one year old, these options still make sense as the Return on Investment (ROI) is so dramatic. Swimming Pool pumps are typically single speed, 3500 RPM regardless of your turnover requirements resulting, in most cases, in considerable energy loss compared to actual turnover...

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