When you are experiencing frequent backups, see roots growing into your toilet line, or have foul odors coming from your kitchen drain line, it is a sure sign your drains could use hydro jetting in Houston, and the surrounding areas.
Hydro Jetting uses high pressure water to scour the insides of clogged sewer and kitchen drain lines. Hydro jetting uses 1,500-4,000 PSI depending on the level of blockage, condition of the line, and size of the pipe. Attached to the hydro jetting hose is a specialty nozzle that rotates inside of the pipe. The high pressure streams of water rotate to ensure that every inch of the line is properly descaled and cleaned. Hydro Jetting is the only effective method of removing years of hard scale buildup, grease and sludge, and invasive tree roots causing pipe damage.
Signs You Need Hydro Jetting
Not every drain clog requires a hydro jetting in Houston, and the surrounding areas. For minor clogs and routine service, professional drain snaking will restore flow to your sewer and kitchen drains. However, for heavy blockages, sometimes a snake just won’t cut it.
Main Sewer Line Blockages
- Roots – When a main line snaking pulls roots back on the line, or there are large trees on the property, it is a sign that hydro jetting may be an ideal solution at keeping the main sewer line clear.
- Frequent Backups – Drains will clog for many reasons, but continual backups indicate a larger problem in the sewer line. For toilets that continue to backup, talk to the professional team at Got Flow to see if hydro jetting is a solution for you.
- Multiple Drains Clogged – When the toilet is bubbling and the tub and shower are slow, or if all drains on the property are clogged, hydro jetting may be a way to restore services fast.
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What Is Hydro jetting?
Most clogged drains can be eliminated with the use of augers or pipe snakes. However, some clogs, like those located beyond the reach of an auger, or those caused by the overgrowth of roots from nearby trees into the sewer line require a special solution.
Hydro jetting uses water sent through the pipes under up to 4,000 pounds per square inch of pressure to blast away any built-up clogs and tree roots and wash away the debris, leaving behind clean and unobstructed drain pipes.