Is a Faulty RPZ Valve Sending Runoff Into Your Water Supply?

Find out by scheduling a reduced pressure zone inspection in Minneapolis, East Bethel, Forest Lake, and Blaine, MN

Think about the fertilizer you use or the pet waste you pick up from your grass. Would you want those contaminants getting in your drinking water? Of course not-that's why you have a backflow prevention device, known as an RPZ valve, in your sprinkler system.

East Bethel, Forest Lake, and Blaine, MN-area property owners must schedule an RPZ (reduced pressure zone) inspection every year. Williston Irrigation offers this as part of our backflow prevention services. Contact us today to make an appointment.

When should you schedule backflow prevention services?

When should you schedule backflow prevention services?

If you suspect there's something wrong with your RPZ valve, don't wait until your annual inspection to examine it. You might need a reduced pressure zone inspection if...

  • You notice your valve doesn't open after your water pressure decreases.
  • You're thinking about selling your East Bethel, Forest Lake, and Blaine, MN-area home or commercial property.
  • You're installing a new sprinkler system.

If you're dealing with a similar situation, call Williston Irrigation right away at 763-567-3201.