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At Certified Backflow Inc, our main goal is to give you the confidence of clean drinking water.

Certified Backflow Inc is not a profit-driven organization. We are a family-owned and family-operated backflow and irrigation company with over 25 years’ worth of experience in the field of irrigation and backflow certification.

Our irrigation repair and Certified Backflow Inc testing services are available at competitive prices where the customer comes first. Every team member strives hard to offer the best services so as to ensure absolute customer satisfaction. We believe in absolute honesty and we are unafraid to tell you like it is instead of beating about the bush.

We operate in and around Orlando and Central Florida and cater to commercial businesses and home owners too. Every task that we undertake is with the singular motive – promotion of safe drinking water, which is accessible to all.

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All irrigation systems contain a chemical called dihydrogen monoxide. This odorless, tasteless chemical is known to be deadly if inhaled and has killed millions of people. OK, before you flame me, dihydrogen monoxide is, of course, the scientific name for ordinary water (h2o). Which points out that you have to be really careful about what you read and believe on the Internet. Unfortunately when it comes to backflow preventers there is a lot of questionable, and sometimes completely wrong, information. So what's the deal with backflow prevention? Is it really necessary? The answer is yes! Your landscape has all kinds of nasty things in it that will make you sick or worse if you drink them. Thus irrigation water is considered a contaminant (creates a health hazard) rather than just a pollutant (is objectionable in color or odor). What's in irrigation water? How about toxic chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.) and animal waste? (Not that I want to gross you out, but every day millions of dogs lift their legs in a fond salute to their favorite sprinkler head!) These things can and WILL come back up your irrigation pipes and into your drinking water if you don't stop them. If you have a well they can go down your well and into everyone else's drinking water. If you are on a community water system they could go back up into the pipes and poison your neighbors. The valves that turn on and off your irrigation system are not sufficient to stop backflow. The purpose of the backflow preventer is to protect you when the valve breaks or leaks, which all valves will do eventually. Saving a little money by skipping the backflow preventer will not seem so smart after you spend a small fortune on hospital bills (or funeral expenses) for a poisoned family member or pet!