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When faced with a stubborn clog, hydrojetting is often the solution. Our licensed San Antonio plumbers are trained and experienced in this safe and effective method to clean your plumbing lines and banish repeat clogs.
Symptoms of Severe Blockage
A blockage can happen to anyone. If you notice any of the following symptoms, you may benefit from hydrojetting!
- Slow moving or still water in drains
- A funny smell coming from toilet, sink or bathtub
- Regurgitating toilet or sink
- Tree branches or other dirt and sediment coming through the pipes
- Gurgling sounds coming from pipes
If you notice any of these symptoms, you may have a severe blockage. Call A&A Plumbing today to learn more about how hydrojetting can benefit you!
What is Hydrojetting?
Pesky clogs can hit anyone, but especially if your drains have not been cleared for several years. Recurring clogs happen when oil, hair, food and other sediment build up in your pipes. Over time this sediment will harden and getting rid of it using conventional methods will become more difficult.
For stubborn, recurring clogs, we recommend hydrojetting. Using highly pressurized water to blast away debris, hydrojetting uses no chemicals and is completely safe on your pipes and your home. Since hydrojetting only uses water and no harmful chemicals, it is much safer and more effective than store-bought drain cleaners, which can cause more damage than good to your pipes.
Chemical drain cleaners work by essentially melting away the clogs. However, repeated exposure to chemicals found in these drain cleaners, such as lye, can cause erosion in your pipes. Areas of your pipes will weaken and thin patches can develop, causing an eventual hole and much more expensive repair.
Hydrojetting uses a reverse-action system that safely and effectively clears out all debris from your pipes without the risk of damage.
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Not Just for Pipes
While hydrojetting is the most effective method to clean out your pipes, it can be used in other areas of the home. Sewer lines specifically can benefit from hydrojetting, as it is the only known method to clear sewer blockages.
Sewer line blockages come in two varieties: main sewer line blockages and private line blockages. A private line blockage refers to a blockage somewhere between your home and the main line. A sewer line can become blocked from oil and sediment as well as tree roots growing in your yard.