involves the use of high-velocity water pressure to remove years of accumulated grease, sand, silt, and scale build-up on the inside of drain or sewer pipes. At 4,000 psi, hydro-jetting is strong enough to break through the most stubborn blockages and scour the entire length of the pipe to flush away debris and clear the line.
Aside from replacing the pipes altogether or descaling, hydro-jetting is the most effective way to clear blocked pipes without causing damage to the surrounding area and infrastructure. You can trust our drain cleaning professionals at All American Jetting & Drain Services.
- How much does hydro jetting cost?Depending on how severe the clog is and how dirty the walls of your pipe are, hydro jetting cost vary. We provide free estimates on hydro jetting services.
- What is hydro jetting?Hydro jetting is a method to remove dirt, build up and blockages on pipes using pressurized water through a jet nozzle. Hydro jetting systems use pressures starting as low as 4,000 pounds per square inch to as high as 60,000 psi, depending on the severity of the blockage. The most common nozzles used are flat jet nozzles, point jet nozzles and rotating nozzles.
- How to hydro jet a sewer line?The hydro jet applies pressurized water to blast through blockages in a sewer line. It is one of the best ways to remove blockages caused by debris, dirt, grease and other foreign objects. Make sure that the line you are working on leads to the sewer and does not dead-end. Locate the sewer opening in your yard. If you do not know where it is exactly located start with the bathroom floor drain. Insert a plumbers snake into the sewer line and turn the handle. This will start the process of removing the clog. Now you can start getting the hydro jet ready. Always wear protective gear, gloves and googles. Follow the instructions from the hydro jet manufacturer. Please be also advised that harmful bacteria can spray back at you so wear the protective gear. Insert the hydro jet's nozzle into the opening of the sewer line. Start spraying the hydro jet into the sewer line. Once the hydro jet hits the clog, water will spray back at you. When the water is running easily through the sewer line, then the clog is removed. If you have a problem with a clogged drain call the professionals at All American Jetting & Drain Services. We provide a free video inspection after every hydro jetting job.
- What is hydrojetting?Hydrojetting is the procedure of using high pressured water to clean the interior surfaces of the plumbing pipes, removing scale, grease and other dirt that built up inside the walls of the pipe.
- How does Hydro Jetting Work?AAJDS will check your system to find the perfect spot to insert a hose and to insert high pressurized water. This will force the debris to flow down the sewer system and out of your home's pipes . Hydrojetting should be done by a professional because your pipes can get damaged, which results in a high repair bill. AAJDS has the right experience and tools to hydrojet your system and provide a free video inspection after the job is completed. This guarantees quality work and piece of mind.
- Does Hydro Jetting Work on Tree Roots?Sometimes hydro jetting can clear tree root penetration. If AAJDS determines with the help of a video inspection that the damage is minimal, hydro jetting can be a successful option. If the tree roots penetration is too extensive and water is leaking the pipes an augering service might be needed to cut up the roots.
- What is the difference between hydro jetting and snaking a drain pipe?Hydro jetting removes all debris from the inside of the pipes and removes all clogs. It only uses the power of pressurized water to scrub the inside of the pipe walls with its nozzle. High quality is guaranteed with AAJDS's free video inspection, after the hydro jetting job is completed. Snaking on the other hand breaks clogs apart and does not flush out sticky debris.
- What does hydro jetting remove?Hydro Jetting removes all kind of dirt from the pipes including hair clogs, mineral deposits, grease, food deposits, sand, silt and sometimes tree roots depending on how advanced the roots are.
- How do you know when you need hydro jetting?You need hydro jetting when:
- Your plumbing system back up regularly
- your bathroom or kitchen sink drain smells.
- You get a lot of clogs even though you watch what you put down your drain
- Your drain is running slow
- You hear a lot of gurgling in your pipes