What is Hydro Jetting?

Hydro jetting is an efficient, eco-friendly, and affordable option to clear your pipes, sewer line, or main line from clogs and build-up.

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Hydro jetting is a newer plumbing methodology which has grown in popularity recently. While you may have heard the term hydro jetting, what does it entail and is it right for your American Fork home?     

Hydro jetting involves blasting a stream of highly pressurized water into your pipes or main sewer line to break down and clear out the clogs. Hydro jetting prevents blockages in water lines and sewer lines and can also prevent pesky tree roots from breaking into your pipes. In addition, hydro jetting clears out any bacteria from your pipes, which can reduce any bad smells coming from your plumbing system. Since hydro jetting only uses water, and not any harmful chemicals to clear clogs, it is an eco-friendly and highly effective option for drain cleaning.

Signs You May Need Hydro Jetting:

  • Your pipes are constantly clogging
  • Your pipes are not draining quickly
  • Your pipes are hissing or making strange noises
  • There is a persistent smell coming from your pipes
  • You have not cleaned your main line or sewer line in the last 5 years

Hydro jetting is an efficient, eco-friendly, and affordable option to clear your pipes, sewer line, or main line from clogs and build-up. It also is a non-invasive option, with no digging required, so your yard will be preserved!

Our experts at T.J. Huggard Plumbing are licensed and trained to perform hydro jetting and can determine if it is the right solution to your plumbing problems. We will be able to determine if you have a cracked pipe, which means you should not use hydro jetting methods to clear your clogs. If you are considering hydro jetting, check out our blog post, Benefits of Hydro Jetting, to learn more about the advantages of hydro jetting, or give us a call today.

What is Hydro Jetting?

Hydro jetting is an efficient, eco-friendly, and affordable option to clear your pipes, sewer line, or main line from clogs and build-up.