Has a plumber recently mentioned hydro jetting to you but you’re not sure what that means? Have your neighbors suggested it as a way to maintain your home but you don’t even know where to start?
At DC Drains in Costa Mesa, we can take care of all of your hydro jetting and general drain cleaning needs. Here’s what you need to know to decide whether this Costa Mesa drain cleaning service is what you’re looking for.
What is Hydro Jetting?
Hydro jetting, or high-pressure jet cleaning, involves shooting a concentrated stream of water into your pipes. This stream is so concentrated that it can break up even tough clogs like tree roots or grease balls.
We have specialized equipment that allows us to direct the stream of water where we need it and to control the water pressure, too. We’ll make sure that we get rid of that clog or clean any sludge off your pipes. By the time we’re done, your pipes will look brand new again!
Is Hydro Jetting Safe?
As long as the proper tests are performed ahead of time, hydro jetting is perfectly safe. We’ll send a camera down your lines before we hydrojet, just to make sure there aren’t any holes or cracks in your pipes. If there aren’t, then hydro jetting is a great way to clean out your lines. What’s more, it doesn’t require any harsh or damaging chemicals to go down your drains!
When is Hydro Jetting The Best Choice
We use hydro jetting in a lot of different circumstances, but these are some of the most common situations where we utilize it.
Many kitchen clogs are made up of grease balls that then attract and hold other substances. Hydro jetting can get rid of these quickly and efficiently, and clean off the inside of your pipes, too. This helps ensure that the clogs stay away for a long, long time.
Hydro jetting allows your plumber to clean out your sewer line without having to dig anything up. This can save you time, money, stress, and hassle.
Outdoor Drain Clogs
When cleaning an outdoor drain, you don’t want to use any technique that requires electricity in the pipes, like snaking drains does. That makes hydro jetting our go-to technique for getting rid of outdoor drain clogs.