Fire System Inspection, Testing & Maintenance
Why Do People Choose Valley?
Residential RPZ Testing
Backflow, a reversal in the flow of water in a plumbing system, is a fairly common problem caused by back pressure. Illinois EPA regulations require that every RPZ backflow preventer device be inspected and certified annually.Our certified inspectors will test and certify residential backflow devices and then submit all required reports to the appropriate municipality on your behalf. Call to schedule your residential backflow & RPZ testing.
Valley Fire inspection and maintenance team specializes in fire sprinkler systems for commercial buildings such as warehouses, offices and hotels, as well as residential properties like single-family homes, condos, apartment buildings and townhouses.
Backflow & RPZ Testing and Certification
Illinois EPA regulations and local municipalities also require that every building’s backflow prevention assembly be inspected and certified annually. Backflow testing is important to insure your safety by protecting drinking water from chemicals and toxins such as fertilizers, weed killers, fire protection chemicals and other harmful products. Our licensed CCCDI inspectors perform this service and provide the proper certificate to governmental agencies and insurance carriers.
Full Service Plumbing Division
Our Plumbing Division also offers full-service plumbing needs from sewer rodding to leaking pipe repairs; our Plumbing Division is fully staffed and ready to serve you. With our 24 Hour Emergency Service your business can get the service it needs, when it needs it.
Valley Fire Protection Services is dedicated to being the very best commercial plumbing contractor in our Chicago and Illinois service area.
Valley Fire Sprinkler Inspections
Valley Fire specializes in periodic inspection, testing and maintenance of fire & life safety systems for commercial, industrial, and residential properties. Periodic fire sprinkler inspections by a NICET-certified inspector are required by local and Illinois state fire codes as well as insurance carriers to remain in compliance with NFPA 25 standards. Fire sprinkler system inspections help identify potential problems with your fire sprinkler system before they become life-threatening issues.