Specialty Plumbing Services

Complete Backflow and Irrigation Services

BACKFLOW SERVICES

Our backflow services are designed to prevent contamination of the public water system that supplies your home with running water. Backflow prevention devices are now required by law on all new construction and water service updates. Imagine a garden hose in a dirty bucket of water and having a syphon event occur causing the dirty water to “backflow” into your drinking water. Backflow devices prevent this type of event from happening. LaPensee Plumbing, Pools & Air is fully licensed to install, maintain, repair, and annually test backflow prevention devices.

Installation Types

  • Domestic/Potable water
  • Irrigation/Non-Potable
  • Commercial Large Piping

Testing

Annual testing ensures adequate performance of the device.

  • Annual Testing Program
  • Residential, Commercial and Subdivisions
  • Testing Reports Submitted on Your Behalf
  • Yearly Reminders
  • Discounts Offered

Repairs and Maintenance

Keeping your device maintained allows it to function properly. We offer maintenance plans that give you discounts and provide attention to your individual needs.

Maintenance Programs Available:

  • All Major Brands Serviced
  • Residential, Commercial and Subdivisions
  • Discounts Offered

Irrigation Repairs and Service

When your sprinkler system fails, you run the risk of damaging your lawn and polluting the water supply to your systems. We can help prevent problems like these by offering repair services that include commercial and residential repair calls. We also offer monthly and annual

Pipe Lining Services

Normal home inspectors don’t examine sewer pipes, since they are buried in the ground and it requires special camera equipment to inspect them.

At LaPensee Plumbing, Pools & Air we have the ability to visually inspect your sewage system to pinpoint the exact cause and location of the problem. Just like your drain pipes, your main sewer line can become clogged, which can cause sewage backups in your home.

Tree roots growing into sewer lines is a common problem. Roots crawl into tiny openings and expand in the sewer line, latching on to other debris that typically cause backups such as grease or sanitary waste. They may also wrap around your sewer line and crush it. Even if the area directly above your sewer line is free of trees, roots from a neighboring yard could be the cause of your sewer problem. Another reason to inspect might find that the lines are just old and in need of       replacement. Over time they can collapse, corrode (scaling) or break causing sewage backups.

Pipe-Lining is an alternative to replacement with little to no digging involved in this trenchless process, making for a potentially more cost-effective and less disruptive method than traditional “dig and replace” pipe repair methods.