Occasionally, you might develop a clog in your pipes that conventional methods can’t remove. Enter hydro jetting. This method involves experts using a highly pressurized stream of water to clear major obstructions from a piping system. If you have a stubborn blockage, call A & W Plumbing and Heating, Inc. to schedule services in the Southern Illinois area.
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Benefits of Hydro Jetting
Are you familiar with hydro jetting? If you haven’t heard about this method that uses a highly pressurized stream of water to clear major obstructions from pipes, then you also likely don’t know its benefits. This method can:
- Remove grease from pipes
- Remove tough clogs
- Remove mineral deposits
- Eliminate scale buildup
- Remove tree roots and other debris
- Help piping systems last longer
- Prevent back-ups from forming in your pipes
- Eliminate an accumulation of soap, hair, food scraps, and organic waste
- Remove blockages without jeopardizing the integrity of your pipes
- Clean any size pipe due to the flexibility of the hose
When to Use Hydro Jetting
While hydro jetting has many benefits, you don’t have to use this method with every clog. Some instances where you should use it include:
- When regular methods of drain cleaning (such as with a snake or an auger) will not clear the blockage.
- If you are experiencing recurring clogs, multiple clogs at once, or a back-up in the piping system.
- To remove buildup in your pipes that could impact the success of a related plumbing job - such as repairing a leak, a crack, or treating corrosion.
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Types of Issues Hydro Jetting Can Solve
Hydro jetting can be beneficial in treating certain types of clogs. Some instances where you can benefit from this method include:
- Minimize the chances of destructive and unhealthy sewage back-ups.
- Lower the risk of future clogs.
- Lessen the risk of leaks and floods from failing pipes.
- Restore regular water pressure after obstructions have been removed.