High-Pressure Pipe Cleaning for Any Type of Plumbing System

There are some clogs only a high-pressure pipe cleaning can take care of. This type of pipe cleaning, also known as water jetting or hydro jetting, can clear the problem away quickly without leaving room for other, more concerning plumbing issues to develop. If there is a clog in your drain pipes, it is important to have it taken care of immediately. If you wait, you put yourself at risk for more expensive plumbing system damage, backflow of waste into your home, and problems with toilets flushing and sinks and showers draining.

Why hydro jetting is best

Some clogs cannot be removed by snaking and plunging alone, and we advise against using chemicals to remove debris, as some chemicals can damage the pipes. Hydro jetting solves even the toughest clog removal problems and completely cleans the inside surface of the pipes in the process, helping to prevent future buildup. It safely removes debris without causing any structural damage to the plumbing system.

Why hydro jetting works on every plumbing system

Different sizes of piping require different levels of water power and sizes of water stream. We have a large variety of hydro-jetting nozzles to choose from that will fit any plumbing system perfectly and can take care of any kind of clogs, from dirt to debris. Plumbing materials used in homes depend on the age of the structure, and some chemicals other plumbers use could easily damage a more fragile system. Water jetting is safe on any type of piping material and does not involve the use of corrosive chemicals.

Additional benefits of hydro jetting

A high-pressure pipe cleaning can be combined with a sewer camera inspection that will give us a clear, detailed look at the current condition of a home’s plumbing system. After a hydro jetting treatment removes the biggest and most concerning debris, a sewer camera can be inserted into the piping to find any other potential problems. In some cases, sewer camera inspections can uncover problems homeowners did not know existed like misaligned sewer lines, pipe deterioration and broken or collapsed lines. These problems might not show any physical signs until they worsen, but a sewer camera can find them before that happens. After a hydro jetting and sewer camera inspection are performed and any issues are uncovered, we can provide needed repairs and updates for a home’s septic and plumbing system.

Hydro jetting can also be performed on a light setting to gently clean out drainage systems, even if no clogs are present. Similar to pressure washing the outside of a house, a cleaning can keep a plumbing system in the best condition possible.

Call us for help

If you feel as though your sinks, toilets and showers are draining slowly, you have noticed backflow or a foul odor coming into your home or have a clog in one of your drains, contact us as soon as possible. Any clogged drain creates a fragile system that could break at any moment. Scheduling a high-pressure pipe cleaning for your home today can prevent more expensive and detrimental plumbing system problems from occurring and save you money in the long run.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Prodigy Plumbing Inc, request an appointment in our Cerritos dental office here: https://www.prodigyplumbinglbc.com. Or call us at (562) 457-4206.

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