No one likes a clogged drain, especially in a corporate or commercial setting. Often times, these clogs are seen as problems that can be solved with a simple plunger or a snaking of the drain. However, these fixes are only temporary in nature, as they end up pushing the cause of the clog deeper into the pipes and will have to be repeated over and over again. Thankfully, there is a solution that lasts longer, cleans deeper, and does not use any chemicals that could damage your pipes: hydro-jetting.
What is hydro-jetting?
Hydro-jetting is a process in which plumbers will blast high-pressure water through the pipe system of a building, flushing out any clogs and breaking down the minerals and waste into tiny particles. This process not only cleans out the big clogs, but it also can get rid of excess debris and buildups on the insides of pipes. These buildups are hardly noticeable at first, but after a while, they can significantly slow down the flow of water, leading to you using more water than necessary.
How is hydro-jetting safer than a snake or chemical drain?
Snakes, as we noted previously, can push big clogs deeper into your pipes, which will come back stronger in the future. While there are chemical drainers that can be effective as well, hydro-jetting doesn’t used anything except water, making it a much safer and more reliable method for commercial plumbing that is used all throughout a building.
Overall, hydro-jetting is a safe, effective method for cleaning out long-term issues in your pipes. It will lead to longer plumbing functionality, cleaner water, and more cost-effective usage. You can trust hydro-jetting to take care of your plumbing, in whatever setting you may find yourself in.