Backflow prevention testing is required by municipal authorities throughout Arizona to protect the drinking water in their communities.

Backflow - Metering Services IncTo ensure you are in compliance with your local water provider, backflow preventers must be tested by certified technicians upon installation, repair or replacement and at least yearly thereafter. If you received a notice from your water provider that your backflow preventer needs testing, please contact our office to schedule one of our certified technicians to test your backflow prevention device.

One of the things that makes us unique is our specialized software that allows us to keep track of your backflow assemblies. We notify our customers when it is time for their annual testing and guarantee that once you call us to schedule your certification, we will take care of all the paperwork for you. If you receive any further correspondences from your water provider after the backflow assemblies have been certified, we will contact your water provider and help resolve any issues that may arise.

For the convenience of our customers we are available 24/7 for emergency assistance and will accommodate weekend testing to fit our customer’s schedules.

We are able to test any size backflow from the small ½” to the largest 12” backflow. We have no hidden fees, just up front pricing and offer a number of discounts so email us or give us a call and we can get you a quote for testing today!

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Do you grant permission to make any necessary repairs on-site?
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Is your backflow device unlocked and accessible?
If your backflow device is not accessible and service cannot be performed, you will still be charged a service fee.
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I agree that Metering Services Inc. (MSI) is not responsible for the inability to access my backflow assemblies.
I am responsible for informing MSI of anything necessary to access the devices such as lock codes, keys, gate codes, protective enclosures, etc. I may be charged up to an hour of labor for inaccessible devices.