Hydro Jetting vs Drain Snaking Hydro Jetting vs Snaking: Your home drain system is cleverly designed to remove waste from your home using little more than gravity. Most of the time, it works smoothly and reliably without any effort – a marvel of our time. But every once in a while, you may encounter slow…
Hey Oakville, John THE Plumber here! With 15 years and counting in business, we carry the most state of the art tools that the plumbing industry has to offer. One of them being a high-pressure water cleaning system known as a Hydro Jet. Hydro Jetting is highly effective when it comes to handling grease and general muck.
Hi Kingston, John THE Plumber here! We get an amount of calls that you have a blockage of sorts and that a plunger isn’t cutting the mustard; it usually means that your blockage is solid enough that a more forceful tool is required to clean the drain. Professional Plumbers like us will use one of two solutions for blockages and pipe cleaning which are known as “hydro jetting” and “plumbing snakes”.
Hydro jetting was developed to provide a superior method to unclogging your pipes while cleaning them out at the same time. In this blog we explain how hydro jetting works, the savings involved as well as some advantages and disadvantages.
Hydro Jetting is a high powered water stream that is fed into your drain line; the pressured water pumps into your system and breaks up any blockages and build up in your pipes. It is a very quick and efficient tool and has proven to be highly effective in cleaning out grease, as well as any other general muck that may have built up inside the walls of your pipes.
If you have been noticing that your water pressure seems weaker than normal, or that clogs seem to keep recurring in your home, it’s time to call a plumber in to have a peek at your pipes.
Hey Barrhaven, John THE Plumber here! If you have been noticing that clogs are recurring in your home as a constant, or that your water pressure seems weaker than normal, or maybe you’ve flat out incurred a more substantial block in your system, it’s time to call a plumber in to have a look at your pipes.
Ever wondered how all your plumbing drains are connected in your house? If you have a typical two-story home in Oshawa and you were to expose all the plumbing, you would see that all your drains interconnect and eventually all join up into one long vertical stack in your basement. That main stack connects out to the main sewer line, which eventually connects to the city sewer. As you may guess, any block in that line can and cause an enormous inconvenience.