Local Hydro Jetting Experts in Rockwall and the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex
Economical, Efficient, and Environmentally Friendly Pipe Cleaning
Every day, your home’s plumbing system whisks away all kinds of soap scum, grease, and waste matter. Over time, these materials coat the interior walls of drain pipes and create buildup, which can significantly impact your water flow. If you have noticed standing water, slow-moving drains, mysterious foul odors, frequent clogs, or gurgling sounds, these are all signs that your pipes are backing up and need to be cleaned.
At Bacon Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, we specialize in hydro jetting, an advanced form of drain cleaning that gives you more bang for your buck. As both an important tool in annual drain cleaning and addressing acute plumbing issues, hydro jetting is not just effective—it’s also safe, economical, and environmentally friendly. Whether you need to clear a stubborn clog or stay on top of your preventative maintenance, ask us about our hydro jetting service today!
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What is Hydro Jetting?
Hydro jetting is an advanced form of drain cleaning that uses a special hose and jet nozzle to scour away grime, debris, and clogs with high-velocity water. Because the water shoots out at 3,000 to 5,000 PSI, hydro jetting can even clear away tree roots that cause sewer line clogs! Despite this intense pressure, hydro jetting is extremely safe and better for your pipes (and the environment) than corrosive chemical drain cleaners. Other benefits of this service include:
- More cost-effective than traditional snaking or rooter cleaning
- Mess-free way to unclog drains of all kinds
- Does not damage your plumbing system
- Ideal for residential or commercial applications
- Long-lasting results mean you’ll be clog-free for months to come
At Bacon Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, our plumbers specialize in performing this advanced method as well as locating the exact source of a clog. And while we recommend that homeowners have their drains cleaned at least once per year to prevent costly repairs and messy buildups, we’ll always be there when a problem does arise!