What Is Hydro Jetting?

October 4, 2017


One of the most undesirable events of in-home plumbing are clogged pipes. When the pipes in your home are clogged, there are a multitude of avenues they can affect, such as raising your water bill. Instead of using harmful drain-cleaning agents, have you thought about hydro jetting?

What is Hydro Jetting?

Known as one of the most successful methods to unclog plumbing pipes, hydro jetting can tackle any clog in any home. Unlike traditional methods of using harmful chemicals to break down debris, hydro jetting uses a high-pressure jet of water to clean out your pipes. Just like power washing your home, hydro jetting can be thought of as the same method except for your plumbing needs. To simplify the process, think of hydro jetting as a teeth cleaning from your dentist. If you let plaque build up in your gums, it will cause health issues down the road — but if you take care of the problem early on, then there will be a minimal chance of problems arising in the future.

Why is It Important?

Although this service isn’t needed in every home, hydro jetting will preserve your plumbing for the years to come. When common debris and buildup are stuck in your pipes, it’s important to know that these substances can create problems in the future — such as pipe bursts and low water pressure. Additionally, clogged pipes can also raise your water bills since it will take much more pressure to pass water through the pipes. The minute you suspect a clog in your plumbing pipes, call a certified plumber as soon as possible — they’ll be able to assess the situation and if needed, will suggest hydro jetting to resolve the problem at hand.

Need a second opinion about your pipes? Contact one of our specialists at Mitch Wright, who can hydro jet your home when you need it most! Every one of our technicians is required to participate in on-going industry training by the best trainers in the world!



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