Drain Cleaning

Are your drains or is a drain in your home backing up and do you need drain cleaning?

Great we can help!

Methods of Drain Cleaning

The first method we have is called cabling of the drain or snaking a drain. The process is simple we have a variety of machines small ones for individual drains and large one for sewer main lines. Bellow is a picture of snaking a drain line or sewer line.

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Second method of Drain Cleaning is “Hydro Jetting”

Hydro jetting is a last resort drain cleaning method. If nothing else can clear that backed up drain this is the machine to shred away anything in its path, accept for a broken sewer line of coarse. ¬†We have 2 different types of hydro jetting machines, the 1st one is the large trailer jetter mounted to the back of our truck and is capable of shooting up to 6000 psi of pressure. If that does not sound a lot, then lets put it this way, the water pressure you get in your home is about 80 psi. Yes huge difference, 75 times the amount more to be exact. We will illustrate a video bellow to show you. The 2nd type of hydro jetting equipment we have is the mini jetter. We use this for strictly small drain as in kitchen sinks, bathroom sinks etc. Does the same job but doesn’t use as much pressure, 3000 psi to be exact.

 

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Not Impressed or convinced yet? No Problem. With any of our drain cleaning procedures you get a free sewer camera inspection to ensure the problem was taken care of properly and to make sure it wont happen again.

If you do have a question about how drain cleaning works or what other great equipment we have please call or email us and we would be more than happy to answer it for you.

With over 28 years of plumbing experience we know how to take care of the easiest or hardest jobs out there.

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