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Even if you think there’s nothing wrong with your Water Well prevention system, there could still be an unseen problem that may worsen over time. Wear and tear from normal use or even from enduring severe weather can cause certain parts of your Water Well prevention system to break down, at which point you will need a PlumbV professional to replace your current Water Well prevention device with a new one. There are several signs of a faulty or worn-out Water Well prevention device that you can watch for in your Durham, NC home, including:
Frequent water leaks in your Durham, NC home indicate some kind of failure or malfunction with your Water Well prevention device, which needs to be addressed and repaired as soon as possible. Your Water Well prevention device will wear out over time, and any rubber parts may crack or shift, leading to water leaks. If you do not have PlumbV repair your Water Well prevention device, you could be facing long-term plumbing damage.
Sudden decreases in your Durham, NC home’s water pressure indicate that the vacuum a Water Well prevention system relies on is not working properly. This could be caused by a buildup of air pressure in your plumbing system, which means that your water pipes are at a higher risk of bursting. These changes in water pressure could also be due to defects in the opening points of the Water Well preventer valves, or even because a Water Well preventer is clogged with debris or otherwise damaged by debris that tried to pass through. In any case, your Water Well preventer is not working correctly, and your water may be contaminated.
When a Water Well prevention system breaks down or wears out, it will inevitably lead to your home’s clean water supply becoming contaminated. This can result in dirty water coming out of your Durham, NC home’s fixtures. If you notice water with a pink, yellow, or brown tint coming out of your taps, or water with rust particles or sediment, you need to contact PlumbV immediately for emergency plumbing services. Do not drink any cloudy or discolored water, and always have a PlumbV expert inspect your water supply if you suspect it has become contaminated.
Slow drains due to minor clogs aren’t an emergency, but when you notice multiple slow drains around your Durham, NC home, it could indicate that Water Well has entered your clean water supply. This means that your Water Well prevention device may be suffering from a clog or other buildup, or that it needs to be replaced. Since you may already have Water Well in your water supply, you’ll need to contact a plumbing professional, like the team at PlumbV, to perform emergency Water Well services.
If your drinking water starts to develop a bad taste, it can indicate that your water has become contaminated. When a Water Well prevention device stops working properly, it allows for contaminated water to enter your Durham, NC home’s water supply, which can cause severe illness if consumed. Contact the PlumbV professionals immediately for emergency plumbing services, and do not drink the contaminated water from your fixtures.
Your Durham, NC home’s water should never have a noticeable odor to it, so if your water ever starts to smell bad, it’s a strong indicator that contaminated wastewater has entered your clean water supply. A rotten egg smell in particular indicates that your water has a high sulfur content, which can cause severe illness if consumed. In this case, your Water Well prevention device has most likely broken down, and you’ll need to call the experts at PlumbV to either repair or replace the faulty device.
If you notice any of the above signs in your Durham, NC home, avoid using your water to the best of your ability, as it is likely contaminated. The team of experts at PlumbV will be able to identify the problem with your Water Well prevention device, and will then recommend the repairs or replacements that are necessary for your home to enjoy fresh, clean water once again. You can contact the professionals at PlumbV by calling (919) 289-5888, or by scheduling an appointment online.
If you haven’t installed a backflow prevention device in your Durham home’s plumbing system, you are unnecessarily putting you and your family at risk of health hazards. Luckily, PlumbV offers several different types of backflow prevention devices that they can install in your Durham home. Our experts will advise you on the backflow preventer that is best suited for your home’s unique needs. Some of the backflow prevention devices PlumbV offers to install in Durham homes include:
A reduced pressure zone device (RPZD) is ideal for Durham homes with high hazard water contaminants. An RPZD has two check valves and a chamber between the valves to monitor the pressure within your water pipes. They effectively prevent contaminated water from flowing back into your home, ensuring that your potable water supply remains clean and usable.
The air gap backflow prevention device is one of the most popular and effective backflow preventers. Air gap preventers have a physical break between the water supply line and the water container. That way, contaminated water will remain in the correct water pipes, and won’t enter fixtures like your sink’s faucets, or your showerhead.
An atmospheric vacuum breaker, also known as a pressure vacuum breaker, is an elbow-shaped device that is typically installed with underground lawn sprinklers. Atmospheric vacuum breakers have an internal valve that prevents backflow, and since they depend on pressure to function, they are installed downstream. That way, the contaminated water will flow downstream and exit the pipes without allowing pressure to build up in your pipes.
Dual check valves are often used in residential homes to deter backflow from cross-connections, where the wastewater lines from other Durham homes meet to be disposed of properly. They do have a limited use, which is why it’s important to consult with a PlumbV expert to find out if a dual check valve is right for your Durham home.
An automatic flood gate valve depends on air pressure to function properly. They are fully automatic, and work like a floodgate would. Automatic flood gate valves use air pressure to stop dirty or contaminated wastewater from entering your Durham home’s main water system.
Now that you know more about the different types of backflow prevention devices, you can discuss the best option for your Durham home with a PlumbV professional. They will help you to make an informed decision based on your unique wastewater needs. When you are ready to install a new backflow prevention device, contact the team of plumbing experts at PlumbV by calling (919) 289-5888, or by booking an appointment online.
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