High-Pressure Drain Cleaning
A clogged sewer line or drain can impact a single sink or toilet in your home, or it can affect your entire house or commercial building. When the latter occurs, immediate attention is required. Traditional drain snaking or augering is effective to a point—the process bores a hole through the clogged area but can leave material behind. Excess material can lead to future clogs or backups, and it can even create a breeding ground for pathogens.
At Action Drain & Plumbing, we offer High-Pressure Hydro Jetting for lines that have grease, sludge, and blockages that traditional drain snaking cannot clear. Our high-pressure hydro jetting:
1. Is fit to rectify drain blockages or obstructions in industrial, commercial, and residential properties.
2. Is effective at cleaning and clearing debris on all kinds of materials.
3. Will eliminate all the debris in the lines—so long, recurring drainage issues!
Unlike snaking and augering, our high-pressure hydro jetting dissolves blockages and emulsifies grease. It is the best way to wash and clean all pipe wall surfaces, including the seams and joints. Plus, high-pressure hydro jetting is chemical-free.
The Power of Camera Inspections
High-pressure hydro jetting uses the power of water and high-pressure to clean your drainage system. Before we turn on the water, we like to see what we are working with. Our video camera inspection services help us verify problems by looking inside the lines to identify and locate any blockages or damage.
If tree roots rather than grease and debris build-up are causing your drain issues, we may want to talk about using a combination of high-pressure hydro jetting, power snakes, augers, and sewer line repair to get your drainage system working efficiently and effectively once again .
The best way to stop a clog or drain issue is to be proactive. Here are a few dos and don’ts:
• Do moderate your garbage disposal, flush only waste, and remind young kids that the toilet is not a waste basket or an action figure swimming pool.
• Do be mindful of your sewer line system and surrounding landscaping, including trees and tree root systems.
• Do not under any circumstances pour grease down the drain, use the garbage disposal for a catch all, or flush “flushable wipes”.