What Is Hydrojetting & What Are Its Benefits?


HydrojettingHydrojetting is a newly developed technology that allows trained technicians to clean your drains throughly, and leave them in top conditions. It can cut through any materials without the necessity of using techniques like snakes or chemicals which can harm you and your pipes.

Hydrojetting Grease

Hydrojetting is a cutting-edge technology that uses up to 3500 psi, high pressure streams of water to cut through and clear out all grease build up in your sewer lines. Grease is an obstruction that can significantly hinder the flow of sewage to your entire septic field. A licensed and bonded plumber can complete a hydrojetting assignment, at your home or office.

A registered plumber is sent out to your location, in order to provide you with an estimate of the total cost, for your hydrojetting service. Your home plumbing is inspected, and a trained technician will discuss your septic field requirements with you. A failing septic system needs to be repaired quickly, since all sanitation issues are a concern, for your local government area as well.

Hydrojetting Roots

Root growth, around and through your house pipes, is a significant concern. Local sanitation inspectors will need to be informed of any problems, that may affect your local area. Sewage disposal problems, that are related to area root growth, need to be addressed. Clogged pipes can prevent your home’s waste water from reaching a majority of your septic field, for example. Community health codes need to be followed, and your licensed plumbing technician will send in a passed report.

Hydrojetting Debris

Atlanta PlumberDebris, that has built up in your septic field lines, needs to be removed quickly. Each home septic system comes with its own opening called a clean out. An accessible opening allows every plumbing system to be cleaned out, and all clogged debris removed. Hydro scrubbing is used to scrub your sewer pipes, by scouring each one with streams of high pressure water. The water streams shoot out of a hose, and the high pressure water is used to cut through and clear out all debris in your sewer lines.

Traditional pipe snaking is used initially for small septic field clogs. A more complex cleaning system, including hydrojetting, is used when stubborn roots have found their way into your sewer lines, for example. Hydrojetting has been proposed as an inexpensive and alternative method, for repairing a failing septic system. The state-of-the-art water pressure method uses a water stream, that is strong enough to move trapped grease, tree roots or debris, from your home septic system. The newer method is said to be less expensive and safer, than some traditional methods of cleaning. Licensed technicians are used.

Stop waiting for the perfect time to take care of your home’s drains and call Greenlee Plumbing at (678) 386-7513 today for drain cleaning services in the Atlanta area!