If you have ever encountered a drain clog that just won’t move no matter what you try, you know how horribly frustrating it is, and how badly you want an effective solution. Luckily, professional plumbers have tools and equipment that can hammer through almost any drain clog and all you have to do is call for help when it becomes apparent you don’t have the tools to get the job done. One professional plumbing technique known as hydrojetting will save the day, no matter what is clogging your drains.
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Incredible Hydrojetting Power
When it comes to power, hydrojetting is all you’ll really need to clear most drain obstructions. Hydrojetting is a high-pressure water drain cleaning solution that features blasts of water up to 4,000 psi. Whether you have a blockage like tree roots or accumulated sludge from years of buildup, hydrojetting has enough power to remove the blockage and clean the insides of the pipes so the opening is back to its normal size.
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Professional Equipment Is Crucial
Many homeowners are tempted to break out their old compressor or high-pressure hose for the DIY approach when they read about hydrojetting, but only professional equipment will get you the results you need. By trying it yourself, you’re risking an ineffective pipe cleaning job, damage to the pipe or injury to yourself. Professional hydrojetting technicians have the experience and the skill to get the job done efficiently and without incident.
Tips to Prevent Household Drain Clogs
Sometimes, tree roots will grow into your pipes and create clogs that require hydrojetting services, but most of the time you can prevent household drain clogs. All you have to do is monitor what you allow down your drains and you’ll be able to keep them running smoothly. Items like food particles, clumps of hair, cooking grease, pieces of soap and paper towels have no business being in your drains in the first place. Teach your family how to keep these and other clog-producing items out of the drains and everything will be fine.