Heard of hydrojetting, but not sure if it’s right for you? Looking for a plumber in the Las Vegas area who can clear a severely clogged drain or sewer line? Read on to find out why hydrojetting is one of the most effective ways to get your pipes flowing like new again!
Why is Hydrojetting So Effective?
The hydrojetting process involves high velocity water pressure (at around 4,000 psi) to blast debris out of a blocked drain. The blast of water is so strong that it can dislodge tree roots that have grown into your pipes. This is why hydrojetting is recommended as a preventive maintenance service to help you avoid accumulating stubborn debris that will lead to clogs and backed up fixtures.
When Do You Need Hydrojetting?
Hydrojetting can be used in an emergency situation or as preventive maintenance. The service should be integrated into regular plumbing maintenance plans.
If your pipes seem to be damaged, hydrojetting is the first course of action to take before replacing the pipes. We’ve encountered cases where a customer thought they would have to replace their sewer line due to seemingly irreparable damage, but actually all we needed to do was blast away all of the debris in their pipes!
After any type of work on your pipes, hydrojetting is recommended to clear the pipes and protect your investment. Any residue or build up can damage the inner lining and cause you unnecessary repairs. We also suggest performing hydrojetting before doing any work on the piping; foreign materials can often reduce the effectiveness of the inner lining.
Want Problem-Free Drains for up to 10 Years?
Hydrojetting is so effective that if used as part of your maintenance plan, you will only need to clean your pipes once every 5-10 years.
This service is also eco-friendly and will not harm your pipes at all, unlike other chemical cleaners.