Backflow Preventer Inspections

BCWWA certification ensures our technicians meet high standards for precise backflow testing, instilling confidence in customers.

Backflow Preventer Inspections

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Certified Backflow Testers

Radius Fire technicians are BCWWA (British Columbia Water & Waste Association) certified backflow testers. This certification ensures that the technicians have undergone specialized training and met the necessary standards for backflow testing in accordance with City Water standards. This certification gives customers confidence in the technicians' ability to accurately assess and address backflow prevention issues.

Minimize Delays

Many backflows are located in confined spaces. Our technicians are fully certified in operating confined space safety equipment including gas detectors and are equipped with confined space recovery kits; tripod winch systems. With certified technicians who are well-prepared for confined space work, the chances of delays due to safety concerns or accidents are minimized. This can result in more efficient backflow prevention services and reduced downtime for the customer.

ASTTBC Certified

Radius Fire has BC's only in-house ASTTBC certified training facility and testing lab. This allows our technicians space to update their experience on a regular basis. You can count on Radius Fire’s highly trained technicians to have up-to-date expertise, efficient problem-solving skills, and provide customized solutions – all contributing to a safer and more secure environment for your buildings.

Plus, we're certified to test ALL your backflows (not just your sprinkler backflows) so it's one less vendor you'll have to deal with. There's only one place to go. Don’t delay. Contact Radius today!

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Our clients tell us we're "Fire"

We recently moved into a new building and had to do a full check and update our fire extinguishers. Vancouver Fire was able to show up the next business day and had them all done in under an hour, including re-certifying some of the units. The price was unbeatable.

Michel Labelle

Outstanding team they kept me in the loop on everything and when completed gave me a complete run down on what they did. When you want the best call these guys.

Kevin Daly

The team at Radius Fire are professional, friendly and diligent. I never have to worry about my fire safety equipment. They take care of everything! Thank you.

Kim Daigle

Radius Fire Protection has been nothing but professional, efficient, & helpful with our needs at the office. I appreciated the annual reminder and the recommendations given during the visit.

Elle Drozda

I can't believe how competitive, competent and fair this company has been with us! Our business was given a quote for 2/3rd of what other companies were quoting. Even parts were much less! They followed up with me, gave me a quote, and came to do the service call... all in less than a week.

Amanda Thomson

We had Brad come to troubleshoot a fire alarm issue we were having and he was so patient, kind and helpful. We are a childcare center and he was so sensitive to the children and families. He found and fixed the problem! We are so grateful.

Jennifer Brittain

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