Flow tests are required annually for private Fire Hydrants to test the available pressure and reliability of the water supply.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If the hydrant is facing your property then it is your responsibility to get it tested and make sure it is in working order. If it is facing the street then it is the municipalities responsibility.
Yes. Not only can stealing water from a hydrant reduce water pressure at surrounding hydrants in the event of a fire, it can also affect the public water supply severely.
Our certified technicians always test in accordance with NFPA standards. Our job is to annually measure the water flow and check for leaks by conducting a pressure test.
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"I had an emergency where the main valve providing water to my structure broke. I was in desperate need for someone to come over a fix it. I gave AP Fire Protection a call and they had someone come over right away. I was amazed how quickly they were able to remove the old valve and replaced it with a new one. The crew were friendly and professional. I highly recommend AP Fire."
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