Understanding the Hydro Jetting Process

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Blocked drains can disrupt your everyday activities by leading to unpleasant odors, slow drainage, gurgling sounds, and even water damage to your house. Regular drain cleaning in Kannapolis, NC, is key to avoiding these clogs. At Charlotte Plumbing Masters, we offer hydro jetting for our drain cleaning solutions. We explain what you need to know about this service below:

How Hydro Jetting Works

Hydro jetting is a technique used to deal with a clogged drain or sewer system with high-pressure water jets. The process entails the use of specialized machinery which pumps water at pressures up to 4000 PSI (pounds per square inch) and flow rates up to 20 gallons per minute through a hose and nozzle. Workers can adjust the water pressure and volume according to specific job needs.

Hydro jetting can break up and clear up even the toughest blockages, such as tree roots, oil, scale accumulation, and other debris. Our drain cleaning company uses the high-pressure water stream to scrub the interior walls of pipes and drains to clear any accumulated sediment or debris and return the pipe to its original diameter. The method uses no hazardous chemicals or solvents and is quick, efficient, and environmentally safe.

The Benefits of Hydro Jetting

Unlike chemical drain cleaners, hydro jetting is much more environmentally friendly. As this process only uses water for drain cleaning, it’s safe to use even for older pipes. Hydro jetting also ensures that your pipes stay clear for longer. Unlike drain cleaners that only temporarily dislodge the blockage, our hydro jetting drain cleaning services completely blast away any debris inside your pipes.

If you’re experiencing clogged pipes or want to arrange a routine cleaning service, Charlotte Plumbing Masters will inspect your pipes and provide you with professional hydro jetting or drain snaking. Let us see exactly what is compromising your drain and sewer pipes. Contact our team today to schedule an appointment.

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