How does drain jetting work?
The jetter is a pressure washer that uses very high water pressure, up to 3500 PSI, to clean out the buildup and remove any debris from the walls of your pipes, including roots or grease. It is environmentally safe, economical and quick. The process is done through a cleanout, an opening or drain leading into a plumbing system.
Jetting is often needed when traditional snaking does not clear the blockage. It’s also required prior to sewer lining to remove any debris so that the epoxy lining can bond correctly to the sewer line.
High frequency drain lines will often back up on a regular basis. Jetting is a great way to save time and money. With a regularly scheduled jetting service, you can prolong the time between service needs.