About Us

Serving the Ft Worth Area

Ft Worth Backflow Test is a family owned and operated company that will do it's very best in providing excellent personal care to all customers. Our intent is to create a lasting relationship and repeat services for life.  

Licensed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to test and repair commercial and residential backflow assemblies. Registered and certified in surrounding cities, able to register in any Texas city if needed.

Cities We Currently Service

Arlington-Mansfield-Fort Worth-Dallas-Hurst-Irving-River Oaks-Westworth Village-North Richland Hills-Lake Worth-Euless-Bedford-Coppell-Aledo-Grapevine-Watauga-Decatur- Johnson County-Crowley-Keller-Southlake-Colleyville-Sardis Lone Elm -Lancaster-Tolar-Farmers Branch-Pantego-Flower Mound-Lewisville-SC Tracking Solutions Cedar Hill-Lakewood Village-Everman-Denton County FWSD-Granbury-Weatherford-Grand Prairie-Westover Hills-Granbury-Rockwall-Mesquite-Garland-Richardson-Allen-Plano-Midlothian-Desoto-Forest Hill-Terrell-Wylie-Rowlett-Prosper-The Colony

Why We Have Backflow Assemblies

The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was established to protect the quality of drinking water in the U.S. This law focuses on all waters actually or potentially designed for drinking use, whether from above ground or underground sources.

The Act authorizes EPA to establish minimum standards to protect tap water and requires all owners or operators of public water systems to comply with these primary (health-related) standards. The 1996 amendments to SDWA require that EPA consider a detailed risk and cost assessment, and best available peer-reviewed science, when developing these standards. State governments, which can be approved to implement these rules for EPA, also encourage attainment of secondary standards (nuisance-related). Under the Act, EPA also establishes minimum standards for state programs to protect underground sources of drinking water from endangerment by underground injection of fluids.

TNRCC Chapter 290- Public Drinking Water

All backflow assemblies that are required according to this section and associated table 290.47(i) of this title shall be tested upon installation by a recognized backflow prevention assembly tester and certified to operating within specifications. 

Types of Backflow Devices

Wilkins 975XL2-950-350-Febco-850-805Y- Double Check -RPZ-PVB-SVB-Watts-LF009QT-957-919-709-Apollo-Conbraco-Ames