A1 Backflow – Serving All of Utah! 


We Provide Reliable Backflow services, Installations, and Repairs.

We have over 30 years of experience, Certainly, We’re the one you can trust to get the job done right!

Testing in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Nevada.

Welcome to A1 Backflow:

At A1 Backflow we provide Testing, Installation, Repair, and winterization of Backflow devices. We have over 30 years in the business and certified training. As a result, you know you can trust that your work will be done right. We serve all of Utah with pride.

Contact us today to get started. 801-214-9625

Annual Testing:

Above all, We are dedicated to the professional inspection of your backflow preventer valves.

Due to state and federal law, all backflow preventer assemblies are to be tested annually by an authorized tester.

A1 Backflow is a certified tester with the knowledge and expertise that matters.

Maintenance And Repair:

Due to neglect, the biggest problem we see with the assemblies is freeze damage. Therefore your assembly must be winterized properly in time to prevent damage. Also, Wear and tear can be caused by little rocks and sand that get into your assembly.

We repair all kinds of Backflow systems. MORE

New From Our Blog:

Why backflow prevention is a good idea.

If you wonder why you are required to have a backflow prevention device or two or more, you are not alone. The majority of people do not understand the importance of proper backflow prevention. There are many ways to contaminate the water source from your home or business during the normal operation of using water from a public supply. Most meters will flow in and out unless a backflow device is added to the meter. If the water pressure in your home or business exceeds the pressure in the public water system the water can flow back into the public system. Let’s say you have been running a hose to a swimming pool that has a normal amount of chemicals in it and the water supply pressure reduces because of a higher than normal use, say a fire hydrant being opened or water main break. This could easily cause back-siphoning draining the entire pool into the water system unless a backflow device is in place. There are many types of backflow preventers, some work without any testing or maintenance necessary. Others need regular testing and maintenance to ensure that they work properly. The type and model of backflow preventer is determined by the hazard to be protected. Health, nuisance and so... read more