No matter the age of the system, the most efficient plumbing systems can run across build up over time. Over time, grease, food and other debris can make their way into your sewer line and cause problems. In the event that this does happen, skip the slow flow and learn how you can return your pipes to like new condition.
Drain clearing chemicals prove to be a temporary solution. However, they will be harmful to pipe linings and potentially lead to costlier repairs down the line. If you have tried everything that you can, one way buildup can be cleared from sewer lines is through a process called hydro jetting. It’s a very effective way of dealing with sewer blockage and buildup.
What is Hydro Jetting?
With hydro jetting, water is sent at high pressure through the pipes to clear out whatever buildup may be on the pipes’ lining, so that the water that’s supposed to be traveling through will flow more smoothly.
Why Use Water Jetting?
There are several reasons why water jetting is becoming such a popular choice:
- It uses ordinary water, so it’s environmentally-friendly.
- It’s fast.
- It’s cost-efficient and effective.
- Restores pipes to a near new condition, preventing future buildup.
- Send that mess on its journey down the line.
Water Jetting Tools
The hydro jetting process uses a heavy-duty hose with a series of special nozzles. As the hose travels through pipes, different levels of pressure are used to spray the water at different angles to completely break up any buildup along the inside pipe walls.
Some of the newer and more advanced water jetting hoses use cameras to allow the user to see just how bad the problem is, in addition to viewing the effectiveness of the water jetting solution.
This process involves more than taking your ordinary garden hose and spraying it down the drain. Contact a plumbing professional from Pompeii’s today for a free estimate and ensure your home the certified, high-level care it deserves.