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Can You Use High-Pressure Water Jetters if You’re on the Town Sewer?

Blast Away Those Pipe Problems with High-Pressure Water Jetters!

You can absolutely get hydro-jetting services if you're on the town sewer! If the pipes in your plumbing system are old or in poor condition, hydro-jetting your pipes could potentially damage them, so it's important to discuss with your plumber.

If you're tired of dealing with stubborn pipe blockages and looking for an eco-friendly way to clean your plumbing, high-pressure water jetting might be the answer. We're about to dive into this exciting method that's revolutionizing the way we clear drains, and it's gaining quite a following among our commercial customers. You can absolutely get hydro-jetting services if you're on the town sewer!

How Does It Work?

Water jetting, or hydro jetting as some call it, is like sending a superhero into your plumbing system. First, a camera might be used to pinpoint the problem area. Then, a hose is inserted deep into your pipes. Get this – it unleashes water at a staggering pressure of up to 4,000 pounds per square inch! That's like having your very own water-based superhero at your service.

The water jets work their magic, providing 360-degree coverage all the way to the pipe's interior wall. This incredible force can eliminate anything in its path, even tree roots! It's like a cleansing hurricane for your pipes.

Who Can Benefit from High Pressure Water Jetting?

The answer is pretty much everyone, even those connected to the town sewer. But let's talk business – companies that rely on high water usage need regular water jetting to keep their pipes in tip-top shape and prevent any business interruptions. Think restaurants, hotels, apartment complexes, shopping malls, hospitals, schools, and car washes, just to name a few.

Preventative Maintenance

Now, you might wonder, "Why go for water jetting over traditional snaking?" Well, snaking can handle soft blockages, but it won't prevent future clogs. It's like a temporary fix that creates a narrow path for water to flow. The tough stuff stuck to the pipe's wall or those persistent tree roots remain untouched.

Water jetting, on the other hand, obliterates any and all obstructions inside your pipes, ensuring they're as clean as a whistle. We recommend annual (or more frequent) high-pressure water jetting maintenance to keep your business running smoothly. It's like an investment in your business's future, reducing those costly repair bills and downtime.

So, if you're ready to experience the power of high-pressure water jetters, get in touch with us at Wind River Environmental. We're here to discuss drain cleaning services and set you up with a jetting service that'll keep your pipes flowing like a dream. Say goodbye to pipe problems and hello to uninterrupted business success!

FAQs About High-Pressure Water Jetters

Is high-pressure water jetting environmentally friendly?

Absolutely! High-pressure water jetting relies solely on the power of water, making it an eco-friendly choice for pipe cleaning. It doesn't involve harmful chemicals or pollutants.

Can water jetting damage my pipes?

Not at all! When performed by professionals, water jetting is a safe and effective method that won't harm your pipes. In fact, it can help extend the life of your plumbing by removing debris and buildup.

How do I know if my pipes need water jetting?

If you're experiencing recurring clogs, slow drains, or sewage backups, it's a good indicator that your pipes could benefit from water jetting. Regular maintenance can also help prevent these issues.

Is water jetting suitable for residential properties? 

While water jetting is commonly used for commercial properties, it can also be a great option for residential homes, especially if you have persistent blockages or tree root intrusions in your pipes. Consult with a professional to determine the best solution for your needs.

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