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Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control

 

The Registered Backflow Tester / Repairman List is current as of 12/10/14 and the list is also available in both PDF and EXCEL formats.  The list is updated as tester applications are received.  The companies that are starred (*) are companies in the City of Rio Rancho.  If you have any questions, please contact the Water Programs Coordinator at (505) 896-8816 or

 

Company

Work Phone

*A Logical Choice Plumbing

(505) 237-2883

*Amigo Mechanical

(505) 440-2020

*Excel Services

(505) 991-5469

*H.P.D Plumbing

(505) 450-4220

*Mark's Plumbing

(505) 977-9704

Aardvark Company Inc

(505) 917-4131

Accent Fire Safety Assoc.

(800) 503-1961

Accredited Plumbing

(505) 232-8466

Albuquerque Plumbing

(505) 508-3808

Albuquerque Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

(505) 948-7583

All Area Plumbing

(505) 350-4707

Alliance Fire Protection

(505) 255-4118

American Fire & Safety

(505) 712-3879

American Service Industries

(505) 343-1030

Armstrong Services

(505) 872-1111

B & D Industries

(505) 559-2585

BNG Enterprises

(505) 286-5904

Bradbury Stamm

(505) 765-1200

CAC, Inc.

(505) 343-6100

Chant and Associates

(505) 344-1633

Deerbrook

(505) 319-5730

Donner Plbg and Heating

(505) 884-1017

Four Winds Mechanical

(505) 899-2939

Greenworks Enterprises

(505) 717-9348

Hanna Plumbing

(505) 898-4536

Heads Up Landscaping

(505) 898-9615

Infinite Works/AAA Backflow Testing

(575) 644-4569

Kaufman Fire

(505) 884-2447

Leeco Grounds Management, Inc.

(505) 821-2124

Lobo Fire Protection

(505) 507-7692

Lobo Fire Protection

(505) 450-9376

Maddog Mechanical

(505) 205-4590

Mechanical Systems, Inc.

(505) 345-0947

MGP Mechanical LLC

(505) 917-4130

Miller Bonded Inc.

(505) 881-0220

Neumark Irrigation

(505) 345-7847

Nirvcon

(505) 249-6612

Number One Plumbing & AC

(505) 999-9567

Old Guard, LLC

(505) 980-8552

Petroglyph Plumbing

(505) 352-1169

R & R Heating & Air Conditioning

(505) 299-6466

Rodgers Plumbing & Heating

(505) 243-9703

Roto Rooter

(505) 299-6464

Royal Plumbing & Heating

(505) 797-7414

Santiago's Landscaping

(505) 250-1733

Simplex Grinnell

(505) 889-3100

Split Mechanical Fire Protection

(505) 232-0337

Standard Automatic Fire

(505) 298-8024

Steward's Plumbing

(505) 453-4402

Sunshine Plumbing

(505) 296-3188

Synder Construction

(505) 872-0450

Systems Engineering & Services

(505) 232-0337

The Groundskeeper

(505) 888-1727

The Lawn Rangers

(505) 828-0198

The Plumber

(505) 507-5154

TLC Plumbing

(505) 761-9696

TNT Tech, LLC

(505) 866-6000

Tumbleweed Resources

(505) 877-9503

Viking II

(505) 883-3159

Welch's Boiler Service

(505) 877-0356

Western States Fire Protection Serv.

(505) 884-1844



The backflow test form can be accessed here:

test form in pdf
test form in Excel

                            ALERT
Theft of Backflow Prevention Assemblies


Rio Rancho businesses have been experiencing a rash of theft of backflow prevention assemblies!

Protect your property from these thieves.  They are targeting assemblies that are not locked in hotboxes.  If this happens to you be sure to file a police report. 



Theft Prevention Tips



Protect your water and your wallet by protecting your backflow assembly. Here are a few helpful tips to discourage thieves from making your property their next target:

    Wrap the assembly with a heavy chain and anchor the chain in concrete

    Enclose the assembly in a cage or box and secure it with a lock, anchoring enclosures to the ground will add extra security (make sure that workers can gain access to the assembly for testing and repairs when necessary)

    Post a visible warning stating theft of the assembly will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law

    Plant landscaping to camouflage the assembly


    Build a small barrier wall to hide the assembly

    Mark the assembly with a label or stamp denoting ownership

    Paint the assembly with several coats of white paint. "Dirty" brass gets the thieves much less money. They will look for those that are not painted. 


    Install the assembly indoors

    Report any suspicious activities to the police