All of us will have a slow or clogged drain, but if you notice this problem keeps happening, it might be time for you to consider hydrojetting.
Hydrojetting uses a high pressure hose with a special nozzle to blast water and loosen materials that have built up in your pipes. After we first diagnose what the problem is, we will use a water jet ranging from the 3,000-8,000 PSI range to remove the blockage. Hydrojetting can remove anything from you standard clogs to tree roots that may have gotten stuck in the sewer line.
The main reasons you should consider hydrojetting are:
- It works!
Many traditional methods can work to a certain point, but nothing matches the effectiveness of hydrojetting. Hydrojetting completely clears the line and removes all traces of debris and build up.
- It’s environmentally friendly!
Even though hydrojetting uses a decent amount of water, it pales in comparison to the chemicals and procedures used in traditional methods.
- It’s cheaper
Yes, hydrojetting costs a bit more up front, but you will save your money tenfold over time. Once you hydrojet, your pipes will be good for a very, very long time. With traditional methods, you may find yourself spending money on a regular basis.
- It’s a great preventative measure
Once you go with hydrojetting, it will be a long time until you have to clear out your pipes again. We especially recommend doing this when you move into a new home or office building.