Backflow Repairs Costs
Backflow preventer repair costs vary depending on the size of the problem. Common repairs, like replacing worn-out parts, may cost only $103. Larger problems, such as broken lines, could cost hundreds of dollars. It’s more cost-effective to replace the entire unit when repair costs get high.
Replace a Sprinkler or Sewer Backflow Preventer Costs
Replacing a preventer will likely cost between $103 and $1,150. This includes the parts and a labor fee between $103 and $250. Most of the time, you won’t be installing a new preventer into an existing system. Most housing codes have required them for decades. So, you’ll probably be replacing one. Old age or improper maintenance are major causes that require replacement.