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How often do you clean your pipes? Did you know that there is more than just hair being flushed down the drain? Normally, you would think all you have to do is pour a cup of baking soda and vinegar followed by some hot boiling water, or another drain unclogging home remedy, but this only can solve the problem temporarily. What you may not know is that the more you neglect your plumbing, the more likely you are to have an emergency repair done in your home.

Hydro-jetting cleans drains and will put your sewer back in top notch shape. This is a technique that releases any clogs in your drains or sewer line that delivers a maximum of 4000 psi at 18 gallons a minute. It’s a process in which high-pressurized water is placed directly into your draining pipes and pushes out all debris and solid objects that have been lodged in for years. Who knows what has been lodged in? It could be anything from remnants of lemon to a dead rodent’s carcass, but with the hydro-jet, nothing will be left in its tracks and leave your drain running smooth like new.

Why do you need to hydro-jet?

It’s a solution that can remove any substance that the traditional plumbing snake cannot, including stubborn roots and cooking grease that remain in your sewer lines. Hydro-jetting is also required before pipelining, because any pre-existing debris may cause the lining resin to be malformed or prevent it from bonding properly to the already existing pipe.

It is now more affordable than having a plumber come to visit on multiple occasions thus costing you hundreds of dollars more than it takes for just a single use of hydro-jetting. In the event that you have gone through the service, how can you prevent from having to go through it again? Well, you can clean the pop-up stoppers in sinks frequently, never flush down heavy paper-substances down the drain or toilet for excess paper can clog the whole sewer system. Therefore, your time and money spent to solve your issue rather than taking a risk of temporary repairs are far more reliable than you think.

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