Hydro Jetting in Chicago
Rooter Flush Chicago Sewer Pros provides affordable. professional hydro jetting in Chicago. Hydro jetting is used to remove tree roots, grease, bacteria and clogs from sewer pipes. Hydro jetting, also known as high pessure water jetting clears heavy clogs and obstructions while scouring the inside of sewer and drain lines.
How Hydro Jetting Works
Hydro jetting is also known as high pressure water jetting. Rooter Flush specializes in all sewer services including hydro jetting that clears difficult sewer line blockages such as tree roots.
High pressure water jetting blasts through tree roots that have grown into sewer pipes and leaves the inside of the sewer line free of debris and bacteria.
High pressure water is sprayed inside a sewer or drain pipe using a specialized nozzle. Using a special spray nozzle attached to a long hose, the jetter is pushed into a drain or sewer line.
As the hose moves through the pipe, a strong blast of water cleans the inside of the pipe while removing obstacles. Regularly scheduled hydro jetting helps avoid the need for sewer repair.
Rooter Flush are experts in all sewer services in Chicago including sewer jetting. We clear clogged sewer lines with high pressure water blasts.
Hydro jetting differs from rodding or using a mechanical snake, where a plumber uses a tool to power a hole through the buildup. Hydro jetting uses a high pressure stream of water focused on the pipe walls to completely clean the pipes.
A snake will remove clogs while the hydro jetter clears clogs and also removes soft materials grease and bacteria. Hydro jetting has the power to cut through and remove tree roots.
Benefits of Hydro Jetting
- Hydro jetting uses a powerful, high pressure flow of water
- Hydro jetting removes serious blockages including tree roots
- Hydro jetting also completely cleans the sewer pipe interior
- Hydro jetting is fast and efficient
Unlike other sewer line unclogging techniques like mechanical snaking, hydrojetting not only removes clogs but also thoroughly cleans grease, buildup, roots and bacteria from the interior of the pipe. Maintaining a clean pipe will prolong the life of your drain.
Tree Root Removal
Hydrojetting eliminates roots that block your pipes and can potentially cause damage to pipes.
No Digging Required
Hydrojetting can often be performed without digging your property, saving money and time. Rather than excavating to expose the sewer line, the high pressure water jetting hose can be inserted at one opening of the pipe and pushed through while applying a powerful spray of water until the line is completely cleaned and unclogged.
No Harmful Chemicals Are Used
No dangerous liquids or harmful chemicals are used during hydrojetting. Hydrojetting is an environmentally safe procedure.
Hydro Jetting Removes Bacteria
Hydrojetting removes bacteria along with any grease buildup which can eliminate odors caused by bacteria from your kitchen or bathroom drains.
Advantage of Hydro Jetting over Drain Snaking
Jetting has advantages over drain snaking. Snaking is an effective process but hydro jetting works best for removal of difficult obstructions such as tree roots and solid objects that are lodged inside pipes. Hydro jetting also cpmpletely cleans the pipe interior and even removes bacteria.
We Do Sewer Camera Inspection Prior to Jetting
Sewer camera inspection may be used prior to and after jetting the line. A sewer camera inspection or video inspection will show the location and type of any blockage or damage.
The video will show the condition of the pipe.If the line is blocked, hydrojetting may be used, and a hose with the appropriate nozzle or cleaning head is pushed into the pipe and water jetting is done until blockages are removed and interior of the pipe is cleaned.
These are the procedures followed when we are hydro jetting, primarily in main sewer lines.
Your professional sewer and drain contractor will use a sewer video camera to inspect the pipe for damage or breaks. By evaluating the camera inspection of the pipe the technician can determine if hydrojetting can be used and if so, choose the proper pressure and cleaning head for the job.