The best way to clean clogged sewer lines and main drains is often with high-pressure Drain cleaning, or hydro jetting, which isn’t possible with plunging, snaking, or other methods. Water tanks, high-pressure hoses, nozzles, and pressurization units make up a hydro jetting system. Hydro jetting involves spraying highly pressurized water into the pipes, clearing all debris completely once the hose is inserted. It takes just a couple of minutes to clean pipes after the hydro-jetting service. The following clogs can be removed using hydro jetting:
- Oil, grease, and fat accumulate
- Deposits of minerals
- Sand and silt
- Roots of small trees
The quick version: In comparison to other methods, high-pressure Drain cleaning clears blockages faster. Taking apart pipes to manually remove a clog is even more time-consuming than snake drains, which can take a while and poke a few small holes in the clog. Hydro jetting eliminates the entire clog in a matter of seconds.
An efficient system: It is difficult to unclog drains and sewer lines with traditional drain cleaning techniques, as sediment, soap residue, fat, grease, and other debris can clog them. With high-pressure cleaning, a trained technician can unclog drain lines and clean them properly.
A safe environment: The safest method to clean sewer and drain lines is high-pressure drain cleaning. When done by a trained technician, hydro-jetting is a safe option. It involves no heavy equipment or hazardous chemicals, which can irritate the skin and eyes if inhaled or swallowed.
An eco-friendly product: In contrast to liquid drain cleaners that use harsh chemicals, high-pressure drain cleaning is safe for the environment. A high-pressure stream of water is used in hydro jetting to cut through blockages and keep pipes clear without contaminating the environment. Liquid drain cleaners can seep into the groundwater and soil.
Invasiveness is reduced: There is no damage to property or digging or drilling due to high-pressure drain cleaning. This service eliminates the need for excavations, drilling, and heavy-duty equipment to repair drains.
Suitable for all clogs: By applying the correct pressure, you will have no problem blasting through the roots inside drain pipes, dissolving blockages, and removing stubborn grease and soap buildup.