Our services include regular inspection and exercise of your water, sewer, and storm drains. We ensure and certify compliance with all city and county inspection requirements. We also recommend any maintenance or repair work that might be needed to keep your underground systems in top shape.
Water, Sewer, Storm Drain, and Preventive Maintenance
- Exercise gate valves, fire hydrants, air vacs, blow offs, and backflow devices
- Test water systems to prevent coliform and bacteria contamination
- Annual checks of sewer manholes for debris and solids
- Certify storm drain filters, major storm boxes and detention systems
- Maintain a ‘like new’ appearance with fresh coats of paint when needed
Utility Maintenance will respond to any problems that arise within your systems on a 24/7 basis, without the extreme off-hours and weekend fees of private contractors. We can also do any kind of improvement work that might be needed on your property, including paving, concrete, and erosion control.
Why do you need a full-service underground utility maintenance provider?
- UM will exercise all of your gate valves, fire hydrants, air vacs, blow-offs and back-flow assemblies. Failure to keep these systems in proper working order can cause bacteria buildup in pipes and cause unhealthy water conditions.
- UM will test your water regularly to ensure water safety and prevent the formation of coliform bacteria. You need to know that your water is safe and within federal guidelines.
- UM will check your sewer manholes annually for debris and solids. Preventive maintenance can prevent major blockage and backup, and save money on costly system cleaning.
- Storm drain maintenance includes regular inspections, including complete replacement of filter media for each inlet and certification of proper working conditions in your filters, major storm boxes, and detention systems. City and state water authorities require documentation of inspections and maintenance records.
All major utility systems will eventually deteriorate, leak, and require repair. Backflow devices will last approximately 10 to 15 years with the proper maintenance but will need to be replaced at some point. Keeping your fire hydrants, gate valve caps, blow-offs and backflow devices well painted and presentable is an ongoing need. Let us schedule an appointment with you to survey your property and provide an estimate on an annual maintenance contract.
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