There are few plumbing problems worse than seeing your toilet water rise instead of drain after you flush. It could be a simple plunger fix, but if this is happening in more than one toilet, it’s likely a problem deep in your sewer line.
At Bacon, our plumbers are trained on advanced plumbing solutions, including locating the exact source of a clog. What’s more, our team uses only the best equipment to take care of your plumbing issues. In the case of your drains, hydro jetting is our number one method. Who knew cleaning drains could be fancy? We did.
Here’s why we choose hydro jetting for your drains.
Hydro jetting is Highly Effective
You can’t get better than hydro jetting when you need to clear a drain. The amount of pressure and accuracy hydro jetting provides thoroughly cleans out anything that might be causing the blockage: hair, soap scum, paper waste, and more. A regular drain snake can latch onto the primary source of a clog, but it won’t be able to clear the lining of the pipe’s walls as effectively.
Hydro Jetting Tackles Large Problems
As mentioned above, water from hydro jets shoots out at about 3,000 to 5,000 PSI. That’s enough pressure to break through tree roots. Conveniently, that’s exactly what we want our hydro jets to do in some cases. Tree roots are common causes of sewer line clogs, but these damaging obstructions are no match for hydro jetting.
Hydro Jetting Saves Money
As we say at Bacon, a hydro jet spray keeps the clogs away. Since this method is so effective, you can count on a clog-free plumbing system for months to come. The level of cleanliness you can get with hydro jetting prevents debris from building up as quickly as it would have with other drain cleaning methods.
In other words, you won’t have to call us as often for drain cleaning services or spend money on DIY kits.
Hydro Jetting Drain Cleaning is Mess-Free
If you’ve ever cleaned a shower drain yourself, you know how messy things can get. All that debris and gunk is riddled with bacteria. Plus, the grime can stain your appliances and your clothes. Avoid all trouble with our hydro jet service: no more trash bags and plastic gloves.
Hydro Jetting is Safer for Your Plumbing
We always warn against chemical drain cleaners because of what they can do to your plumbing. In addition to the possible corrosion, the chemicals can be problematic for local water treatment plants. On the contrary, using water to clean your drains is safer for your plumbing and more environmentally friendly than the alternatives.
Drain cleaning is dirty work without the expertise and technology our plumbers offer. Give us a call today if you need a better, easier way to clear that clog.