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Backflow testing is critical for maintaining safe drinking water. At SLO-FLO Plumbing, we provide expert testing to prevent contaminated water from reversing into your clean supply. This process is not just a routine check-up; it’s a vital measure to protect your health and meet legal standards in Annapolis, MD.
Our approach is straightforward and diligent. We inspect your plumbing to ensure the mechanisms designed to keep your water pure are functioning properly. With our knowledgeable team at SLO-FLO Plumbing, you receive a detailed examination and immediate insights into the condition of your water system.
We understand that water safety is a top priority for residents of Annapolis, MD and the surrounding Anne Arundel County. That’s why we at SLO-FLO Plumbing commit to thorough service, clear communication, and reliable backflow testing. Trust us to help maintain the purity of your water supply and give us a call today at 443-734-8609.
Our backflow testing process at SLO-FLO Plumbing is comprehensive, ensuring every aspect of your system in Annapolis, MD is checked. We begin with a full system review to identify any potential issues. Our experienced technicians are trained to cover all bases, leaving no stone unturned.
During testing, we meticulously check all valves and connections under various conditions. Our goal is not just to identify current issues but to anticipate any potential future risks. We provide a complete evaluation, following Annapolis, MD’s strict safety standards.
After testing, we’ll walk you through any findings and discuss the best solutions if needed. With SLO-FLO Plumbing, you’re guaranteed a service that goes beyond just ticking boxes. We prioritize the safety and effectiveness of your water’s backflow prevention system.
Selecting SLO-FLO Plumbing for your backflow testing in Annapolis, MD means choosing a trusted partner dedicated to water safety. We take pride in our work and are committed to ensuring your water system is secure and compliant with local regulations.
When you contact us at 443-734-8609, expect prompt service tailored to your schedule. We understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to perform our work quickly and efficiently, minimizing any disruption to your day.
Our customer-first approach has made us a preferred choice for backflow testing in Annapolis, MD and Anne Arundel County. By partnering with SLO-FLO Plumbing, you choose a team that values your safety and satisfaction above all else.
A settlement in the Province of Maryland named “Providence” was founded on the north shore of the Severn River on the middle Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay in 1649 by Puritan exiles from the Province/Dominion of Virginia led by the third Proprietary Governor of Maryland, William Stone (1603-1660). The settlers later moved to a better-protected harbor on the Severn’s southern shore. The settlement on the south shore, known from 1683 as “Town at Proctor’s”, then “Town at the Severn”, became in 1694 “Anne Arundel’s Towne” (after Lady Ann Arundell (1616-1649), the late wife of the late Cecilius Calvert, second Lord Baltimore, 1605-1675).
In 1654, after the Third English Civil War, Parliamentary forces assumed control of the Maryland colony and Stone went into exile south across the Potomac River in Virginia. Per orders from Lord Baltimore, Stone returned the following spring at the head of a Cavalier royalist force, loyal to the uncrowned King of England. On March 25, 1655, in what became known as the Battle of the Severn (the first colonial naval battle in North America), Stone was defeated, taken prisoner, and replaced by Lt. Gen. Josias Fendall (1628-1687) as fifth Proprietary Governor. Fendall governed Maryland during the latter half of the English Commonwealth period. In 1660, he was replaced by Phillip Calvert (1626-1682) as fifth/sixth Governor of Maryland, after the restoration of Charles II (1630-1685) as King in England.
In 1694, soon after the overthrow of the Catholic government of second Royal Governor Thomas Lawrence (1645-1714, in office for a few months in 1693), the third Royal Governor Francis Nicholson (1655-1727/28, in office: 1694-1698), moved the capital of the royal colony, the Province of Maryland, to Anne Arundel’s Towne and renamed the town “Annapolis” after Princess Anne of Denmark and Norway, soon to become Queen Anne of Great Britain (1665-1714, reigned 1702-1714). Annapolis was incorporated as a city in 1708. Colonel John Seymour, the Governor of Maryland from 1704 to 1709, wrote Queen Anne on March 16, 1709, with qualifications for municipal officials and provisions for fairs and market days for the town.Learn more about Annapolis.