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No one wants to deal with the mess and smell that comes from a clogged sewer line. There are faster options that may work in the short term in unclogging your drains but they are still far behind when Hydro Jetting is applied. Hydro Jetting provides a temporary and potent fix to your sewer line issues. Hydro Jetting is an invasive procedure that frees your drains of every sediments, clogging and messy build-up that dates back into years.
How Is Hydro Jetting Done?
Hair, tree roots and grease are usually culprits that blocks your sewer line. Our professionals usually recommend hydro jetting when other methods such as snaking with an auger seems to be ineffective. Hydro Jetting is done by pumping streams of pressurized water into the sewer line. Let’s say between 3,000 PSI to 8,000 PSI. of course, there’s no debris or obstruction that can withstand this pressure without giving way.
Hydro Jetting is a long-lasting solution that targets more than just the suspected clogs, it also reach out for even those unknown within your sewer line.
When Should You Consider Hydro Jetting?
Only professionals can decide whether hydro jetting is the best option to fix the messy situation. But usually, hydro jetting is inevitable when the following has been considered;
1. When every other option has been tried and exhausted. For instance, snaking with an auger.
2. After the strength of your sewer line is certified strong enough to withstand the extreme pressure. Hydro jetting will never be utilized on old, weak and fragile pipes.
3. A thorough inspection of the sewer lines which is able to trace the problem and recommend that hydro jetting is the best of the available alternatives.
Hydro Jetting isn’t for the novice as they are likely to cause more damage. This is why you should reach out to our professionals with years of experience in carrying out hydro jetting.