Hydro Jetting in Rancho Cucamonga, CA by Allstar Home Services
Cleaning out drainpipes and sewer lines involves a number of techniques. The drain auger (also known as a drain snake) is a common method and works well on many clogs. Using store-bought chemical is a method that is unfortunately common, since it works poorly and can even lead to damaging the drains. Professional plumbers may use motorized drain augers for drain cleaning and clog removal, but they will almost certainly never use acidic chemicals.
The method that most skilled plumbers favor for thorough drain cleaning is hydro-jetting. This is a technique that uses strong blasts of water to scour pipe interiors. You can’t perform hydro-jetting on your own: you must call for professional plumbers who offer the service, such as Allstar Home Services in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. We are experienced with drain and sewer cleaning and use the finest equipment, like hydro-jetters, to do the job.
Experiencing tough clogs? Or looking for complete drain and sewer cleaning? Call Allstar Home Services for hydro-jetting services. We serve Rancho Cucamonga, CA and the surrounding areas.
How Does Hydro Jetting Work?
A hydro–jet (or “hydro–jetter”) is a device that consists of a long hose with a nozzle attachment at the end capable of directing water spray in multiple directions. The hose connects to a motorized device that places water under extremely high pressure. The plumber snakes the hose and nozzle down into a drain, then sends out the pressurized water in powerful blasts from the nozzle. The high–pressure jetting sprays both forwards and backwards inside the pipe, scouring the whole interior surface with enough force to dislodge the toughest build–up and break through the most obdurate clog. The cleaning is so thorough that the smooth surface inside the pipe makes it difficult for further debris to begin to build up.
Why You Need Professionals for Hydro Jetting
You might be thinking, “Why can’t I simply purchase my own hydro–jetter and do the job whenever it’s necessary?” There are two important reasons why you shouldn’t. First, these devices are prohibitively expensive. Second, they are not neither safe nor effective when put in the hands of someone without training. High–pressure water blasts may leave pipes undamaged, but they are very dangerous should they come in contact with people. Experienced hydro–jetters use special protection gear when working with this equipment, and they also know exactly how to do the work so the most complete cleaning job gets done. You’ll save money and stay safe by only calling on licensed and trained hydro–jetting technicians.