Wondering why your drains are so slow, or why you keep experiencing the same drain issue? Is your toilet overflowing, or does wastewater back out of your shower drain when you flush? These are all signs that point to a blockage in your sewer line. Fortunately, you can easily get this problem resolved with professional hydro jetting services.
LHR Plumbing and Heating offers safe and effective hydro jet cleaning services in Manchester, NH and surrounding areas in southern New Hampshire. Contact us today to discuss your plumbing concerns and find out if hydro jetting is the right solution for your home.
The Hydro Jetting Process
Hydro jetting is like pressure washing for your sewer line. This is a more powerful alternative to drain snakes and regular drain cleaning machines.
With hydro jetting, we can easily scour the inside of your sewer line clean and free it of corrosion, sludge, grease, and more severe buildup. The debris is flushed out of your plumbing system, allowing your sewer line to flow more efficiently once again.
What’s great about hydro jetting is that it’s a safe and natural sewer cleaning service that won’t harm your pipes. When performed by a skilled and experienced technician, hydro jetting can effectively clear out your sewer line and provide you with long-term plumbing peace of mind.
Contact Our Manchester Hydro Jetting Experts Today
If you are experiencing recurring drain problems and suspect that it’s being caused by your sewer line, don’t hesitate to contact our experts for immediate service. We will inspect the problem and make sure you receive the most accurate solution.
Here is what you can expect when you schedule a hydro jetting service with our team:
Initial Camera Inspection
Before we can begin clearing out your sewer pipes, we will first need to understand what’s causing the blockage. For example, if tree roots are the problem, we will have to cut through the roots first before hydro jetting to avoid damaging your sewer line.
Our experts will snake a small high-definition camera through the line to identify the exact problem affecting your system, whether it’s grease, corrosion, or other obstructions.
If your sewer line is structurally sound and we don’t find any damage to your pipes, we can move forward with hydro jet cleaning. Our experts will insert a hose through the sewer cleanout and begin the cleaning process.
The amount of water pressure applied is typically between 2,000 to 4,000 PSI. Our trained and knowledgeable team will be able to determine the right amount of pressure to effectively clear out your sewer line without harming it.
Second Camera Inspection
After the cleaning is complete, we will perform a second and final camera inspection to make sure that the job was completed properly and that there are no other problems affecting your sewer line.