Are your drains clogged? It's time for our hydro-jetting services!

January 3, 2018

When it comes to cleaning your drains, the last thing you want to do is grab a store-bought bottle of chemicals and pour it down the drain. These so-called “drain cleaners” contain acidic mixtures that can damage the interior of pipes. Let these bottles stay on the grocery store shelves and instead call a professional plumber in Los Gatos, CA to handle clearing your pipes!
 

Although there are a number of ways that a skilled plumber can clean drains, one of the best methods is through hydro-jetting. This motorized drain cleaning technology blasts a stream of hot water at high pressure through a nozzle at the end of a line that snakes down into a drain. The water jets scald the interior of the drainpipe, breaking through the thickest clogs and removing all types of debris and build-up.

 

How hydro-jetting benefits your plumbing

 

  1. Removes almost any clog: The intense force of the water from a hydro-jetter is enough to break apart the most adamant blockage. It can remove obstructions that even motorized drains snakes will have problems with.
     

  2. Safe for your pipes: Unlike chemical cleaners—or even some mechanical devices like powered drain snakes— our machines will not damage the inside of your pipes.
     

  3. Comprehensive: Where cleaning methods like drain snakes will only take care of large clogs, our machine cleans out the whole drainpipe, blasting away deposits along the walls. Different types of nozzle attachments allow our plumbers to reach every part of the drainpipe to make sure that no spot escapes the jet’s cleansing power.
     

  4. Long-lasting: Hydro-jetting will help prevent future problems in your drains. The high-pressure scalding action of the water makes it more difficult for debris to begin to accumulate again.
     

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