Our home’s plumbing system often goes unnoticed — until we have issues with clogged drains or leaks. Whether you’ve got a toilet that repeatedly overflows or a pipe leak slowly damaging your basement, we are the team to call. It’s crucial to repair these problems as soon as possible to avoid extensive issues, so please don’t hesitate to call.
A backed-up toilet or a clogged drain can be hard to deal with. If your drain cleaner isn’t getting the job done, it’s time to call in the professionals. With more than a decade of experience, we have yet to meet a clog we can’t handle. Whether the issue is grease or a foreign item, we are here to help. Get in touch now to schedule your appointment for a drain cleaning.
One of the most effective ways we perform a drain cleaning is through hydro jetting, a process of flushing high-pressure water through plumbing pipes to scour the interior surface and to remove scale, grease, and other debris that can cause a clogged drain.
Compared to rodding, where a plumber forces a tool through the debris to unclog the pipe, hydro jetting effectively removes significantly more buildup to prevent future clogged drains.
Is Hydro Jetting Safe for Pipes?
When you experience a clogged drain, one of the safest and most effective ways to clear the blockage is through hydro jetting. This is because this drain cleaning process uses the power of high-pressure water to clear the clog and clean the entirety of the drain and pipes so that other debris doesn’t have the potential to build up and create another clog.
How Much Does Hydro Jetting Cost?
Compared to other methods of drain cleaning, hydro jetting is incredibly affordable. For example, pumping out the plumbing system could cost anywhere from $200–$800 dollars, while applying a bacterial additive to break down organic solids in the pipes can cost up to $300. Hydro jetting, on the other hand, costs an average of $200 and it cleans the entirety of your pipes — leaving no trace of debris or organic materials behind to build up.
What Are the Benefits of Hydro Jetting?
If you’re weighing your options between drain cleaning processes, here are some things to consider about hydro jetting:
It addresses clogged drains instantly. The amount of pressure that the water imposes on buildup and clogs in your pipes ensures that not only are the clogs eliminated, but any remaining debris is also cleared out.
It removes serious, potentially dangerous blockages. High-pressure water has the ability to remove blockages caused by tree roots and other serious amounts of debris. These are the kinds of blockages that rodding or snaking can’t address.
It works on a variety of pipes. Hydro jetting is an incredibly safe practice for drain cleaning that doesn’t use any chemicals or tools — just pressure and water. This makes it a suitable drain cleaning solution for a variety of types of pipes.
It eliminates tough buildup. Not only does hydro jetting clear out any clogs in your drains and pipes, but it also cleans out buildup that’s tough to remove, such as grease and scale. This leaves your pipes cleaner than ever and water flowing effectively through your home or business.
When it comes to hydro jetting and other methods of drain cleaning, it’s best to trust an experienced, professional plumber. Our team at High Speed Rooter and Plumbing knows how to perform hydro jetting safely and efficiently, and we also know when a different type of drain cleaning method may be more suitable for your pipes or clogged drain.
Contact our team today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about hydro jetting and the other drain cleaning services we offer. We would be happy to keep the pipes in your Pasadena home or business clear and free-flowing.
As soon as you find a leak, it’s time to call in the professionals. A professional plumber, especially one from our team, can quickly locate the source of the issue and devise a lasting, effective solution.
From your basement to your bathroom, your business and beyond, leaks and clogs can spring up just about anywhere. Don’t be caught unaware and without a plan. Contact High Speed Rooter and Plumbing in Pasadena today to get started.