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Cleaning Drains the Best Way: Hydro-Jetting!

We are dedicated to providing the best possible plumbing services to our clients, both residential and commercial. A major part of this dedication is using the best tools and technology available in the field. One example is the trenchless technology we put to use for sewer and water line repairs and replacements. Another—the one we want to talk about in more detail here—is the hydro-jetter for the most effective drain and sewer line cleaning possible.

What Hydro-Jetting Is

No, it’s not some sort of hydro-plane or a re-named log flume ride. Hydro-jetting describes a method of cleaning out the interior of pipes using high pressure blasts of water. A hydro-jetter consists of a motor and a water container. The motor puts the water under extremely high pressure. The water is then sent through a hose that a plumber feeds down into drains or other access points into the pipes.

When the water reaches the nozzle, it sprays out in multiple directions to provide a 360° coverage of the inside of the pipe. The force of this high pressure water blasts away all types of deposits from the drainpipe and sewer line walls, including hard water build-up and organic obstructions—even root infiltration. The water leaves the pipe scoured clean, and with none of the damage that other methods might create.

Hydro-jetting is a job that must be left to professionals. The equipment is expensive and can only be used correctly and safely in the hands of plumbers with the right training and protective gear. When you are looking for comprehensive drain cleaning that will keep your plumbing system from developing problems for a long time to come, always call on plumbers who have hydro-jetters and the training to use them.

Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. is a full-service plumbing company with finest plumbers to meet your needs in Uptown Cincinnati, OH.

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