Owner Jim Moore Testing a Backflow Prevention Device


Accurate Backflow Testing, Inc. was formed in 2000 by a local Bradenton resident, Jim Moore. In the 16-years of providing backflow testing and repair services, Accurate Backflow Testing, Inc. has tested over 14,000 backflow preventers with a 100% filing rate with Manatee County. We are fully-licensed, insured, and certified to test in Manatee/Sarasota Counties. Accurate Backflow Testing, Inc. tests your backflow in a timely manner and file all required paperwork with the municipality within the required time period. We are qualified to complete most repairs or replacements of failed backflow prevention assemblies. Accurate Backflow Testing, Inc. can also handle installations of new backflow preventers if the municipality requires you to install one. We strive to make your backflow testing process hassle-free.


All prices subject to change without notice.
Prices differ in Sarasota City and County.

At Accurate Backflow Testing. Inc. we strive to make the backflow testing process as easy as possible for you. Once you have scheduled with us, we take care of all the work including submitting the paperwork to the appropriate water municipality.

Single Backflow Test

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These are typically installed on your house water line or irrigation system line. There are two types; reduced pressure valve (RP) or double check valve (DC).

Double Backflow Test

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If you have two backflow preventers on your property one is on you house and the other is on your irrigation.

Fireline Backflow Test

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Fireline backflow prevention assemblies are required if you have a fire suppression system in your building. Fireline testing requires the backflow to be taken offline (if monitoring sensors are installed) and the tester must have at least a Contractor V License.

Commercial Testing

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All municipalities in our service area require annual testing of backflow prevention assemblies for all commercial properties.

Backflow Repairs/Replacements

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For most make and models of backflow prevention assemblies we are able to repair them if they failed the test. If we do not repair a certain type of backflow preventer, it will have to be replaced. In Manatee County, all replaced backflows must be brought up to current code standards for backflow prevention assemblies.

Backflow Installation

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A municipality may require you to install a backflow prevention assembly on your property. We are familiar with the code requirements and have a good working relationship with all the municipalities to insure your backflow prevention assembly is installed properly.

Make your backflow test hassle-free and