About 10 to 15 years ago, trench less plumbing methods for residential home arrived on the market. Although trenchless methods can cost from 30% to 50% more that digging methods, it can still save money by not requiring restorative work to your landscaping. Even with the extra cost, 73% of homeowners would pay more for trench less methods in order to save their existing deck, patio, and landscaping, according to an Angie’s List survey. One trench less method people may use, is hydro jetting which has many cost effective advantages which may outweigh the extra cost of use.
What is hydro jetting?
Hydro jetting sewer lines includes the high-pressure water use to eliminate blockages with a head that contains small jets that distribute hot water at a knife-like pressure. This force can be so powerful that it lessens blockages, such as tree roots, which can cause thousands of dollars in damages;it also helps remove sludge build-up with inflicting trauma on pipes like the older methods of blockage repair. Your plumber will use a sewer camera to locate the clog and identify it, which will lead him to select the best hydro-jetting pressure suited for the problem.
Advantages of hydro jetting.
Hydro jetting sewer lines not only removes clogs, but helps to prevent new ones. By cleaning the internal pipe, grease, soap, and sludge that are inside the pipe will be removed and a longer lasting resolution is offered. This will also help cut costs of sewer service expenses.
There are many advances in plumbing technology and hydro jetting sewer lines is a prime example. Before hydro jetting services, a sewer clog meant you had to use a mechanical rooter, which can cause damage to delicate pipes, or excavations, which can ruin your landscaping. Now that hydro jetting is available, sewer repair has become less of a hassle.