|Clear Drain Clogs, Sewer Blockage & Prevent Backups
1. No harmful chemicals
2. Protects against the high cost of sewar replacement
RESIDENTIAL, RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, SCHOOLS, APARTMENT DUPLEXES, SHOPPING CENTERS, FOOD PROCESSING, INDUSTRIAL, AGRICULTURAL
What is Hydro-Jetting?
Hydro-Jetting is the process of using high pressure water (up to 3500 psi), a thin, flexible high pressure hose & specialized nozzle heads that use forward cutting, rotating & spinning jets of water to not only clear out any blockage, but also literally scours the walls of the pipe clean in the process!
What can Hydro-Jetting remove?
Most blockages in drains & sewer lines are a combination of grease, soap scum, sludge, hair, textile fiber, sand, sediment, and even tree root balls. If this is what is blocking or slowing down your drainage flow, then Hydro-Jetting is just what you need. In addition, Hydro-Jetting can also be used to open up plugged field lines from your downspouts or agricultural drainage tiles.
How does Hydro-Jetting work?
Under most cases, Hydro-Jetting is done by inserting the specialized hose & nozzle through a cleanout. A cleanout is an opening in the plumbing system that gives access to the sewer pipes for cleaning and repairs. Hydro-Jetting can be used on all types of pipes & drainage lines 1½ inches in diameter and larger.
Why is Hydro-Jetting better?
Using a power auger or snake typically just drills a whole through the blockage and smears the grease and sludge build up back onto the walls of the pipe. Hydro-Jetting, on the other hand, scours the walls of the pipe clean while simultaneously forcing the debris down the line.
Hydro-Jetting can remove tree roots in your sewer line, but it should be of serious concern. Any sign of roots indicates a break in the protective lining of the sewer tile. If there is a broken or collapsed sewer line, Hydro-Jetting is not going to be a permanent fix to the problem. Inevitably, the sewer line will need to be replaced sooner or later. Old cast iron pipes or tile lines may be deteriorated from the inside out from rusting, drain cleaning chemicals or old age. If this is the case, it’s just a matter of time before these pipes are going to fail or leak and will need to be replaced.