Why Your Sprinkler System Should be Equipped with a Pressure Vacuum Breaker

Have you ever heard of a pressure vacuum breaker? If not, then you’re more than likely curious as to what it is and how it relates to your home’s irrigation system. Well, a pressure vacuum breaker is actually an integral part of your irrigation system. It will ensure that contaminated water, or non-potable water, does not enter the water supply. Essentially, the PVB will make certain that contaminated water doesn’t backflow into your home’s water supply. If you don’t have a PVB attached to your sprinkler system, since there’s usually only one water system in the home for both drinking and household use, you could contaminate your drinking water with water with contaminated water.

While there aren’t currently many regulations that require you to have a backflow preventing device (pressure vacuum breaker), safety is of the utmost importance. Additionally, at Conserva Irrigation of North Oklahoma City, we believe in the proactive approach to smart irrigation systems. Why perform a job at all if it isn’t completed 100% correctly? That’s why we always ensure that your home’s irrigation system is installed with a pressure vacuum breaker that’s correctly installed and will mitigate the potential that your home’s drinking water will become contaminated with water from your sprinkler system. Think of the pesticides and other items that could be in the water in your yard

If your existing irrigation system isn’t equipped with a pressure vacuum breaker or you’re in need of pressure vacuum breaker repair and or replacement, just call Conserva Irrigation of North Oklahoma City. We offer the most in-depth irrigation services in our area and even offer a 100% FREE system inspection to ensure that all aspects of your sprinkler system are operating at peak performance and efficiency.

To find out how Conserva Irrigation of North Oklahoma City can ensure your home’s sprinkler system is outfitted with the correct pressure vacuum breaker and that it’s working properly, just give us a call at (405) 225-3004 or email us at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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