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A sewage line connected to your home is designed to carry sewage away from your property, into your municipalities sewage system. However, if the municipal sewer system encounters problems, sewage waste could build up and flow back into your home causing significant damage and health risks. A backwater valve is design to prevent this from happening.
A backwater valve is a device installed on your sewage line where it connects to the municipalities sewage system. It has a flap that allows sewage to flow away from your property and prevents sewage from flowing back into your sewage line. If there is a problem in the municipal sewage system, the back flow of sewage causes the flap to close, stopping the sewage from entering your home.
If you need a backwater valve installed in your Durham Region home or would like your existing one inspected, contact the experts at Vaillancourt Plumbing. Request a job estimate online now.
Yes. You should inspect your backwater valve at least once per year. Over time sediment can build up and prevent a backwater valve from functioning properly. If you need help maintaining your backwater valve, contact your local plumber.
If your municipal sewer system encounters problems waste water and sewage could back flow into your home. A backwater valve has a flap that lays on the bottom of the backwater device. As waste water flows towards your home it raises the flap, stopping the waste water from enter your home.
A backwater valve is a device installed on your homes sewage line, where it connects to your municipal sewage system. It has a flap that allows waste water to flow away from your home, but prevents it from flowing back into your home.
Backwater valves can prevent damage to your home and serious health risks. If waste water and sewage back up into your home it could damage your floors, walls and personal belongings, it could also cause health risks for any occupants of the home. A backwater valve is a smart investment.