Hydro jetting is as exciting as it sounds. No, you won’t be floating down the Pacific Ocean. Instead, what you will be doing is having your plumping pipes throughly cleaned with high-pressure water –– pretty fun, right? This blog post will explain the full details of this procedure, both in the short-term as well as long-term.
Hydro jetting consists of shooting water at high pressure down your pipes. This is an excellent way to get rid of scale, debris, and grease, among other common elements that can cause clogs and other blockages.
And because this procedure primarily involves water, hydro jetting is minimally invasive and very unlikely to cause damage. It can be used in both residential and commercial settings.
In addition to keeping your home or business clean and fresh, hydro jetting can save you lots of money down the road. Think about it: it is primarily a preventive measure that, if done right, will save you from undergoing more expensive procedures.
For example, if you hydro jet your pipes and remove debris and other materials, you could potentially prevent a clog or other expensive problems that could present themselves later. Having a plumber come hydro jet your plumbing system is similar to brushing our teeth every day or keeping ourselves hydrated –– it’s a small, simple step that can go a long way.
There are many misconceptions people have about hydro jetting. Let us dispel you of a few of them.
Hydro jetting won’t damage your pipes or genera infrastructure. It’s true that the water that will be used will be shot at very high pressure, but you have to remember that your pipes are sturdy and resistant –– most metals won’t erode easily just because the water flow is strong.
Another common misconception is that hydro jetting doesn’t really work. This is simply not true, especially for gunk that is stuck on your pipes. You sometimes let pots soak in water, right? There is almost nothing that can’t be washed away, and your pipes are no different.
By now you should be wondering who to call. Not every plumber is equipped to perform hydro jetting –– after all, special equipment is needed. Here at Hank & Sons Plumbing, however, we are more than ready to help. Located in Pomona, California, we are some of the best plumbing system the Inland Empire has ever seen. Give us a call today: 909-524-2906.