Frequently Asked Questions about hydro jetting
Which is better: snaking or water jetting pipes?
Water jetting pipes. Snaking small clogs or using harsh chemical cleaners puts a band-aid on a larger problem that will only cost you more in the long run.
Is there a DIY option for sewer jetting?
Technically speaking, you could purchase the requisite high-pressure pump and other equipment, but doing so would cost thousands of dollars and still not be safe for an untrained professional.
DIY hopefuls also lack the expertise to determine whether their pipes are strong enough for hydro jetting. Our experts at Almighty Plumbing can perform this analysis before determining whether water jetting your pipes is the best course of action.
Which types of clogs are best treated by hydro jetting?
Hydro jetting is best suited for clogs of your kitchen line and your main line, although there are certainly other clogs and blockages that can be solved this way.
Your best bet for determining whether to hydro jet is to contact the experts at Almighty Plumbing and consult with a team that has been leading the industry in northwest Indiana and Chicagoland for the past five decades.
Stop stressing every time it rains.
It’s natural to worry about the well-being of your yard, your pipes and your home if you haven’t taken the time to ensure that things are operating as smoothly as possible. No one wants to deal with flooding, and living in Indiana, where lake effect makes that threat even more viable, only exacerbates the problem.
Call the seasoned experts at Almighty Plumbing today to schedule an analysis, a preventative appointment or to fix a blockage or clog that has gotten out of hand. Protect your home, and take back your peace of mind!