It’s inevitable – at some point, your kitchen sink will back up or a toilet will get clogged . Oftentimes, a plunger or a jug of clog remover will take care of the issue. However, for more stubborn blockages, True Plumbing will employ a hydro jetter. Essentially a pressure washer for the inside of your pipes, a hydro jetter will knock out most blockages and clean the pipes to keep your plumbing running smoothly.
Our Vancouver WA hydro jetting experts can quickly locate the source of the clog and remove it, so your system can be back up and running again in no time.
How Hydro Jetting Works
Hydro jetting cleans your pipes by using high-pressure water jets to break down clogs and clear away excess buildup. Occasionally, a mechanized snake will initially be used to punch a hole through the blockage, allowing the hydro jetter to complete the process.
Once it is time to use the hydro jetter, we will link the water tank of the hydro jetter to a hose. Depending on the severity of the blockage, we deliver the correct amount of water and pressure to reach and clear the problem area.
The bits of broken blockage – and anything else that could cause issues down the road – then run down the line to the septic tank.
Benefits of Hydro Jetting
Not only does hydro jetting bring your system back to its normal operating levels but it also keeps the pipes free of debris elsewhere down the line.
- Removes residue buildup in pipes
- Cleans pipes and removes the bacteria within them
- Eliminates the need for excavation during the cleaning process
- Produces long-lasting results, so you don’t need to clean your pipes as of
True Plumbing Services
If you are experiencing a serious clog, you need a team of plumbing experts in Vancouver, WA to determine the source of the problem and implement the best solution for your system. While hydro jetting will take care of most blockages, clogs caused by tree roots are more difficult to deal with. If the roots have damaged the pipes in any way, a hydro jetter may make the problem worse by further damaging the pipes.