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Hydro-Jetting Services in Salt Lake City, Utah

Do you have years of debris building up in your pipes? Blast it all away with our professional hydro-jetting services. Our expert technicians have years of experience in this safe, modern high-pressure method. Our honest, up-front pricing, combined with expert, friendly service makes us a top choice for homeowners and commercial site owners throughout Salt Lake County and Utah County.

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What Is Hydro-Jetting?

Hydro-jetting is a highly effective method of cutting through some of the greasiest, toughest sewer lines using extremely high-pressure water. This process helps clear the line for immediate use and ensures a smooth, clean pipeline, preventing future backups.

Why Is it Better Than Chemical Drain Cleaners?

Chemical drain cleaners are a quick fix to blockages in your drains. The active ingredient, lye, eats away at clogs, making it a convenient, often cheap way to get your drains back up and running fast. However, the chemical that eats away at the blockage also eats away at your pipes. In addition, it creates an environment perfect for hair, grease, and other materials to get stuck, creating more clogs. In the long run, chemical drain cleaners are not the ideal solution to your drain problems since your pipes will wear out faster and you will have more clogs. On the other hand, Hydro-jetting is a safe, effective method that blasts away years of blockages. It also does more than just clear our drain, and actually smooths the interior of your pipes preventing organic and inorganic material from being dislodged.

Is Hydro-Jetting Right For You?

Maintaining your drain lines will go a long way in eliminating blockages, and preventing sewage backups. It is currently the only effective method used for cleaning sewer lines, often caused by grease, tree root invasion, and other materials. There are various occasions in which you may want to use hydro-jetting. Our licensed professionals can help you determine if hydro-jetting is right for your situation.

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Why Choose Us?

In addition to the excellent care and attention we give every customer, every time, we also offer additionally the following benefits and guarantees that build trust with our customers and keep them coming back for our services:

  • 24-7 Emergency ServiceWe know that emergencies aren't always convenient. That is why we make ourselves available at all hours of the day for our customers. In a pinch, our customers choose us for our reliable, expert service.
  • Experienced, Expert Technicians: No job is too large or too small for our skilled team of plumbers. We take the same care and attention with us in each job, regardless of the complexity.
  • Honest, Upfront Pricing: When you choose us for your plumbing needs, you can count on fast, reliable service at an honest, upfront rate. We always give you a free estimate before we start any work. This small, but important step takes out any room for confusion and ensures you won't be left with a surprise bill after the job is done.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why does my drain get clogged?

Drains can become clogged for multiple reasons:

  1. Hair is one of the most common issues homeowners come across when it comes to drain issues.  Over time, hair will build up and cause soap and other items that go down your drain to clog your drain pipe.
  2. Food in your kitchen drain lines combined with grease and oil can cause blockages in your drains.  It doesn't take much food to accumulate and start a backup.
  3. Mineral buildup is one way clogs are caused and we don't think much about it.  We notice the buildup on our fixtures but don’t think about what it is doing to our drains.  Over time, mineral deposits will build up in your pipes restricting the water flow and eventually leading to clogs.
  4. Objects that shouldn’t go down the drain sometimes find their way down it anyway.  Whether it's jewelry, small toys, tags, or other kitchen or bathroom items, they can block the flow of water and cause clogs.
  5. Another unseen issue that drain lines come across is tree roots.  Tree roots are constantly looking for nutrients and will do all they can to find them.  As they grow, they will find small breaks in your sewer line and cause clogs.

Regular maintenance on your drains is the key to keeping the water flowing in your home or business. 

Q: Is it safe to use chemical drain cleaners?

Chemical cleaners are just that, harsh chemicals that are used to dissolve clogs in your drain lines.  Think about what that chemical is doing to the clog.  It is doing the same thing to your pipes.  Chemical drain cleaners have a few drawbacks:

  1. Health Hazards: Some of these cleaners have harsh chemicals that can cause burns to the skin, eye irritation, and issues caused by breathing it in.
  2. Environmental Impact: Remember, everything that goes down your drains ends up back in the waterways.
  3. Damage to your drain lines:  Chemical drain cleaners are corrosive.  They are made to break down the clog in your line.  They can have the same result on your drain lines, causing them to break down and leak.
  4. Ineffectiveness:  Chemical drain cleaners are not made for every kind of clog.  

There are other less harmful ways to clear your drains.  You can use bio products which are a safe way to keep your drains maintained.  Depending on what the cause of the clog is, it may make sense to call a plumber.

Think hydro-jetting is the solution for you? Call us today at 801-341-4222 and our friendly, reliable team will be happy to help determine the best course of action for you. Find out why so many other homeowners and business owners in Salt Lake City, UT choose us for all of their hydro-jetting needs.