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Clogged pipes in your home’s water and drain lines can wreak havoc on your property. You may think you’ve unclogged a drainpipe with a plunger, but there might still be waste and debris residue inside. Before you know it, the build-up might increase and start exiting the wrong way – back into your kitchen sink, toilet, bathtub, shower, or any other drain.

If too much debris and waste accumulate over time, clogged pipes might burst and create an even bigger problem.

That’s why it’s vital to clean your water and drain lines regularly and adequately. There are many ways to do it, but the most innovative and effective is hydro-jetting.

What Is Hydro-Jetting?

Hydro-jetting is a drain cleaning method that’s quite similar to power washing or pressure washing. It includes using a special water hose that blasts water into a clogged pipe at very high pressures.

That way, it quickly and effectively removes all waste and debris residue. It removes all the clogs and leaves the pipe in top condition, almost like it was brand-new.

No other drain cleaning technique is powerful enough to eliminate all the build-up in drain pipes and leave them squeaky-clean.

Why You Might Need Hydro-Jetting

Hydro-jetting is for major, stubborn clogs that you can’t remove effectively with any other drain cleaning solution, especially not a plunger or drain cleaner.

If there’s a minor clog in a pipe, a plunger can be an effective solution. But what if there’s a major issue and you only make things worse by trying to fix it on your own? You could trigger the build-up rising from the drains and create a huge mess.

Since you can’t look inside the pipes to see the problem, it’s critical to let the professionals handle it.

At Junior’s Plumbing, we use state-of-the-art hydro-jetting equipment to ensure effective, long-lasting results that will save you a pretty penny down the road.

What’s more, we use cutting-edge camera technology to look inside the pipes before taking any action. It shows us the full anatomy of the piping system that helps us identify the problem and devise the right plan for resolving it.

For instance, if tree roots might have caused severe damage to the drain pipes, hydro-jetting might not be the safest option. This method is powerful enough to remove tree roots, but we have to inspect the pipes beforehand.

We leave no stone unturned, so you can rest assured that your water and drain line system is in the safest hands.

Why Is Hydro-Jetting Better Than Snaking?

Snaking can’t remove the debris and waste inside the pipes entirely. Even if it removes a minor clog, it still leaves a lot behind, so it doesn’t reduce the chances of another blockage.

Hydro-jetting is a preventative measure that ensures no blockage will give you headaches in the near future. If you hydro-jet regularly, there will be no major clogs at all.

Snaking can also scratch the pipes and damages their coating, which can lead to cracks and rusting. That’s not the case with hydro-jetting, as the only thing that enters the pipes is a high-pressure water stream.

Benefits of Hydro-Jetting

As you’ve figured by now, hydro-jetting is quick and effective, more than any other drain cleaning method. It’s so powerful that it can even remove tree roots, so you don’t have to worry about extreme blockages.

It’s also a long-lasting solution, which means it’s cost-effective as well. It stops potential problems in their tracks and reduces the risk of expensive repairs.

This method is also versatile and can handle any clogs in any kind of piping systems, from residential and commercial property drains to city sewer lines.

Call Junior’s Plumbing for Quality and Affordable Hydro-Jetting Services

Junior’s Plumbing offers premium-quality hydro-jetting services at competitive prices. No matter the clogging issue, we can restore your water and drain lines to their former glory.

We’re available 24/7 for emergencies, so call us anytime, and our expert team will be there before you know it. Contact us today to schedule an inspection.