No homeowner wants to hear the dreaded sounds of their plumbing being backed up or clogged. Not only is this a time-consuming and sometimes expensive problem to fix, but it can worsen over time if you do not address the issue as soon as possible. However, many people are unsure of the best way to tackle plumbing issues.
How can I solve my plumbing issues?
Many homeowners think they can solve their plumbing issues on their own. Almost everyone has heard of drain snaking, cleaning the plumbing lines, and flushing the drains regularly to prevent plumbing issues. Although there are various methods to fix plumbing concerns, the best and time-tested method to use is hydro jetting.
Hydro jetting uses special tools to push pressurized water through the plumbing system in your home. The fast-moving water can help break apart and remove any debris and gunk stuck inside your pipes, including accumulated grease, limescale buildup, and larger items.
Even though other options like drain snaking are less expensive, hydro jetting is the most effective method in clearing bigger pieces of debris and ensuring the pipes do not re-clog. By finding out the source of the plumbing issue, hydro jetting ensures the plumbing problems do not reoccur, preventing debris from getting stuck, waste build-up, and other hygienic concerns that can lead to extensive repairs.
How does hydro jetting work?
Hydro jetting should always be done by a professional, since this service news special knowledge and specific tools.
Inspect the system
The first step in hydro jetting is for the plumber to inspect the plumbing system to check for any damage and the origin of the issues. By inspecting the system, the plumber can look for the origin of the problem and find out where to focus the water flush from the hydro jetting.
Insert the hose
If your pipes and drains are sturdy enough to withstand hydro jetting, the plumber will insert the hose into the plumbing and transfer enough water into the pipes. The amount of pressure can be changed depending on the condition of your plumbing system. The plumber must make sure the pipes can handle the water’s high pressure – if the pipes are broken down or need replacing, hydro jetting could cause irreversible damage to the plumbing system.
Benefits of hydro jetting
Does not use any chemicals
One of the main benefits of hydro jetting to clear your plumbing issues is that this process does not use harmful chemicals. Unlike drain cleaners containing chemicals that can damage your plumbing pipes’ longevity, hydro jetting is chemical-free, using pressurized water to do the ‘dirty’ work.
Instead of having to use a drain cleaner multiple times per month, hydro jetting will fix the root cause of your plumbing problems. Fixing the origin of the issue means your drains are consistently clear, instead of having the same recurring problems.
Sewer line repairs are time-consuming and labor-intensive. Fortunately, hydro jetting can be done quickly, and with little mess, by a professional.
Safe for your plumbing system
Lastly, the final benefit of using hydro jetting is the safe and effective manner of clearing your pipes. Not only will hydro jetting help with water and waste flush, but it can also increase your plumbing system’s lifespan and reduce your water bill fees.
Hydro jetting is a time-tested and effective method to ‘clearing up’ any plumbing issues in your home. Contact a professional who has the proper tools to help rid your plumbing system of any debris, waste, and harmful materials that can lead to expensive and extensive repairs in the future.