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Backflow Preventer Installation and Repairs

Dedicated to water safety since 1999, our backflow prevention services maintain the integrity of your home’s water supply.

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Protecting your business’s water supply is crucial, and at Done® Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electric, we specialize in thorough backflow inspection and testing to ensure compliance with state and county regulations. Our licensed plumbers are experts in backflow prevention, offering on-the-spot repairs if any issues arise. Swift and cost-effective, our backflow repair services prioritize the safety of your water supply. In cases where repairs aren’t viable, trust our certified plumbers for secure backflow replacement, providing you with efficient and reliable solutions. Don’t risk fines or compromised water quality—choose Done for prompt and expert care of your backflow prevention system.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Today’s technology allows us to actually inspect the inside of your sewer pipes and system without the expense and damage of digging them up. We simply insert a remote video camera into the pipes that connect your home or office building to the main sewer system. Images from the camera are viewed on a video monitor in real time as it moves through the pipes.

This allows us to quickly identify potential problems, like roots or other obstructions, structural integrity, and areas where residue has solidified along the pipes. Tree roots are very common in established areas throughout Denver and in the Front Range. Roots can penetrate the seams of a pipe, eventually slowing the flow or causing pipes to become separated.

If you’re buying an existing home, or suspect sewer problems in your current home, a video inspection from Done Plumbing is a fast and easy way to diagnose the condition of the sewer, identify problems, and correct minor issues before they become major problems.

A sewer backup can be caused by many things. The top three are: tree roots that have found their way into the sewer line, sludge buildup from things like soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, food particles, and grease, and defective pipes.

Signs that there may be a problem include: frequent backups and the occasional (or ongoing) presence of sewage odor.

Regular inspections and the use of new technology, like video cameras, ensure that things run smoothly now and in the future.

One call to Done Plumbing, and our expert technicians will arrive promptly to find and fix any problems that may exist in your sewer system, guaranteed!

After an excavation, Done Plumbing takes several steps to restore your property, which may include: filling in the excavated area with soil, compacting the soil to prevent settling, reseeding grass, or replacing landscaping elements that were disturbed. We also ensure that any hardscaping, like walkways or driveways, is repaired or re-laid.
Our goal is to leave your property looking as close to its original state as possible, understanding that full restoration may take some time, especially for newly planted grass or foliage to grow.

During a plumbing excavation project, you can expect Done Plumbing to handle all aspects of the job with professionalism and care. This includes: obtaining necessary permits, marking utility lines, and setting up a safe work area.
Although excavation can be disruptive, we strive to minimize the impact on your property and daily life by efficiently conducting the work and communicating clearly about the process and timeline.
After the completion of the project, we restore the excavated area as closely as possible to its original condition.

Plumbing excavation is the process of digging into the ground to access, repair, replace, or install underground plumbing components, such as sewer lines, water mains, or septic systems. It’s typically needed when trenchless repair methods are not suitable, such as with severely collapsed pipes, major installations that require precise placement, or when upgrading old plumbing systems that are not compatible with trenchless techniques.

Done Plumbing determines the necessity of excavation through a comprehensive evaluation, which includes using diagnostic tools like sewer camera inspections to assess the condition and layout of your plumbing system.
We also consider the severity of the issue, the age and material of your pipes, and local building codes.

Our aim is to choose the most effective, efficient, and minimally invasive solution possible, resorting to excavation only when absolutely necessary.

While trenchless sewer repair is suitable for many types of sewer problems, including cracks, breaks, and minor collapses, it may not be the best solution for every situation. The suitability depends on the extent of the damage, the layout and accessibility of your sewer line, and local regulations. Done Plumbing conducts a thorough inspection using sewer cameras to determine if trenchless repair is the most effective and feasible option for your specific situation.

The benefits of trenchless sewer repair include:

  • Less Disruption: Minimal digging means your daily life and property aesthetics are largely unaffected.
  • Quick Completion: The process is faster than traditional methods, often completed in a day or two.
  • Cost Savings: Reduced labor and restoration costs make it a cost-effective option.
  • Durability: New materials used in the repair are corrosion-resistant and have a long lifespan.
  • Environmental Impact: Less excavation means less environmental disturbance and reduced risk of damaging existing landscaping or hardscaping.

Trenchless sewer repair works using one of two main techniques: pipe lining and pipe bursting.
Pipe lining involves inserting a flexible, resin-coated tube into the damaged pipe. This tube is then inflated, pressing the resin against the pipe’s interior walls. Once cured, it forms a solid, smooth new pipe within the old one.
Pipe bursting replaces the old pipe by breaking it apart while simultaneously pulling a new pipe into place.
Both methods avoid the need for large trenches and minimize the impact on your property.

Done Plumbing recommends trenchless sewer repair for its efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and minimal disruption.
This method significantly reduces the time and labor involved in repairing sewer lines, lowering the overall cost and impact on homeowners. Additionally, because trenchless repairs require less digging, they preserve landscapes, driveways, and sidewalks, avoiding the additional cost and inconvenience of restoration work.
Trenchless repairs are also durable, often providing a longer-lasting solution than traditional methods.

Trenchless sewer repair is a method of repairing or replacing damaged sewer lines without the need for extensive excavation. Unlike traditional repairs, which often involve digging up large sections of a yard or driveway to access the sewer line, trenchless techniques only require one or two small access points. This approach can repair pipes by lining the interior of existing pipes with a new, durable material or by bursting the old pipe and pulling a new one in its place, all without significant disruption to the property.

Done Plumbing minimizes disruption during sewer line replacements by employing trenchless technology whenever possible. Trenchless methods allow us to replace or repair sewer lines without the need for extensive excavation, preserving your landscape and reducing the project’s impact on your daily life. Our team communicates clearly throughout the process, ensuring you know what to expect at every stage, from the initial assessment to the final cleanup, making the replacement process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Yes, Done Plumbing is fully equipped to handle emergency sewer line repairs. We understand the urgency of sewer line issues and offer 24/7 scheduling to address problems as they arise, minimizing the risk of property damage and health hazards. Our team responds quickly to emergency calls, ensuring that disruptions to your daily life are kept to a minimum while we work to resolve the issue effectively.

Choosing Done Plumbing for sewer line repairs offers the benefit of fast, responsive service designed to minimize inconvenience and prevent further damage to your property. Our skilled technicians use the latest techniques and technology to address issues efficiently, ensuring repairs are completed promptly. We focus on targeted repairs that resolve the immediate problem while also considering the long-term health of your plumbing system, providing a balance of immediate relief and lasting solutions.