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SEWER BACK FLOW VALVES – CLEAN CHECK BACKWATER VALVES

There are many choices when it comes to Sewer Back Flow Valves. A great option is Clean Check Back Flow Valve. The Clean Check Valve allows the homeowner to periodically check the Back Flow Valve to make sure that it is functioning properly. At any time a disposable wipe, a root, diapers, paper towels, toys, sunglasses, clothes get into the system, it can prevent the valve from functioning properly and sewage will back up and get into the home.  Gate valves and other similar devices do not have this feature.  When it fails, not if it fails, it will be too late and the damage is already done.

There are many choices when it comes to Sewer Back Flow Valves. A great option is Clean Check Back Flow Valve. The Clean Check Valve allows the homeowner to periodically check the Back Flow Valve to make sure that it is functioning properly. At any time a disposable wipe, a root, diapers, paper towels, toys, sunglasses, clothes get into the system, it can prevent the valve from functioning properly and sewage will back up and get into the home.  Gate valves and other similar devices do not have this feature.  When it fails, not if it fails, it will be too late and the damage is already done. Utilized in basement, The Clean Check Back Flow Valve can be used in combination with an overflow ejector pit that will allow the use all plumbing fixtures; toilets, shower, washing machine, etc. It works when an overflow outlet is installed after (toward the inside of the house) the Sewer Back Flow Valve.  When The Backwater Valve is closed and preventing your basement from getting flooded, the utilities being used flows to the ejector pit and then gets discharged on the city side of the Back Flow Valve. This design is more expensive but better than an individual Sewer Back Flow Valve.Utilized in basement, The Clean Check Back Flow Valve can be used in combination with an overflow ejector pit that will allow the use all plumbing fixtures; toilets, shower, washing machine, etc. It works when an overflow outlet is installed after (toward the inside of the house) the Sewer Back Flow Valve.  When The Backwater Valve is closed and preventing your basement from getting flooded, the utilities being used flows to the ejector pit and then gets discharged on the city side of the Back Flow Valve. This design is more expensive but better than an individual Sewer Back Flow Valve.

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