Sewer Line Cleaning with Hydro Jet
Just like the rest of your plumbing system, your sewer line requires maintenance to keep it in good working condition. A particularly beneficial part of this maintenance is sewer jetting. If your sewer line is having problems, there is a good chance sewer jetting can help. To get your sewer line running smoothly again, and to prevent the need for replacement, call our Shreveport sewer jetting plumbers. We can perform a camera inspection of your sewer to identify the root of the problem and recommend a solution.
We offer sewer jetting in all Queens NY and surrounding area. Call us now at (718) 569-9443.
What Is Sewer Jetting?
This important plumbing service helps keep your sewer line clean and clear so that wastewater can efficiently flow out of your home. Your sewer line is used every day, and grease, household cleaners, and beauty products can cause buildup in your pipes. When this happens, water doesn’t flow as smoothly, and clogs are likely to form.
Signs you could benefit from sewer line cleaning include:
- Your drains move more slowly
- You hear bubbling and other noises as your drains empty
- Strange odors are coming from your pipes
- Your sewer line backs up into your shower, sinks, and other drains
- You are experiencing chronic sewer line leaks
Sewer jetting, sometimes referred to as hydro jetting, is an efficient way to clean your sewer lines. Pressurized water is used to clear your sewer line of obstructions, including grease buildup, clogs, and root intrusion from trees and plants. Making sewer jetting part of your plumbing system maintenance can help you extend the life of your sewer line.
Schedule a Sewer Line Cleaning
we have been working hard to bring residential and commercial clients the best plumbing services available. We work hard to stay up to date with the latest in sewer line cleaning technologies, including sewer jetting. Our plumbers are always professional and always treat your home with care. When you work with us, we treat you like family.
Hydro jetting is a great tool that plumbers use to clean out clogged pipes. If you have ever used a pressure washer to clean your house or deck, you may be familiar with the concept. Hydro jetting is sort of like pressure washing for your pipes. It uses a high-pressured stream of water to force clogs out of pipes. If you have a clog in your pipes and a plunger or plumber’s snake can’t handle the job, the hydro jet may do the trick. For some more information on hydro jetting, check out these FAQs.
A. Hydro jetting is a method that uses high-pressured jets of water to clean blockages and debris out of plumbing lines. It is similar in concept to a power washer for your plumbing system. The hydro jet consists of a hose, a nozzle, a large tank of water, and a motor that pressurizes the water.
A. Hydro jets use upwards of 4,000 PSI with a flow rate of 18 GPM. This is classified as ultra-high pressure. Hydro jets can clean out drains from 1 ½ to 18 inches in diameter and up to 700 feet long.
A. Typically, the hydro jet is inserted into the opening to the sewer line, also known as the cleanout. The hydro jet sprays a strong stream of water that works together with gravity to push any debris or clogs downstream and clear of the drainage path.
A. When you have a clogged line, the first line of defense is a plunger or a plumber’s snake. When those methods don’t work, the hydro jet is the next best step. Roots in the sewer lines and other clogs are sometimes more than a snake can handle, but the hydro jet can attack these clogs with no problem. Hydro jets can also be used for maintenance to clean out drains before a clog becomes a problem.
A. Hydro jetting offers serious power against clogs. When you are dealing with sewer lines, tree roots can grow into the pipes and create clogs. Other drain cleaning methods can’t always get rid of stubborn roots. Hydro jetting has the power that it takes to eliminate stubborn roots and cut through clogs. Hydro jetting is the most efficient way to clean out clogged drains.
A. It’s very unlikely that hydro jetting will damage your drains. Most homes now have plastic pipes, which are quite sturdy and won’t be damaged by a hydro jet. If an older home has cast iron pipes that are already quite corroded, it is possible that hydro jetting could exacerbate the existing damage. A normal pipe will withstand hydro jetting with no trouble at all.
A. Hydro jets use extremely high water pressure. The employees of Scott English Plumbing are well-trained and experienced in using a hydro jet so that the clogs are removed from your drains, but the pipes themselves are never damaged.