Top Reason To Choose Hydro Jetting
1. Hydro Jetting is fast. Seriously, with some machines, water is blasted at 4000 psi cleaning pipes quickly by breaking apart any clogs in a very short amount of time. Cleaning household pipes with a water jet machine may only take a few minutes depending on what machine we use.
2. Hydro Jetting is proven to be effective. Many clogs found inside industrial pipes are quickly pushed to the other side within a matter of minutes. The water will open up cracks within the waste and liquefy the remaining waste making a smooth mixture that can be released. Think about constipation, one may take laxatives for a solution to this problem and hydro jetting does the same thing, but for pipes.
3. Hydro Jetting is environmentally-friendly. This method of cleansing pipes obviously environmentally-friendly because it is ejecting water as a method of unclogging pipes. Water, according to most chemists, is the universal solvent that separates many mixtures. The waste is treated the same way it is separated.
4. Hydro Jetting cleans pipes. Pipe cleaning follows the unclogging through the pressure alone. When high amounts of pressurized water are pushed through concentrated pipes, all of the grease, dirt, grime, and waste is easily removed due to the force of the pressure, leaving minimal debris in its trail.
5. Grease can be fought. Grease, the toughest bad boy that can clog household pipes, is always tough to deal with. Grease will usually congregate on a pipe wall, causing a clog to form. So when a concentrated blast of water is shot into the pipes, the grease is dislocated from the pipe wall and expelled.
6. Tree roots can be removed. Tree roots tend to grow and get into pipes over time. If there is a tree in your front yard, and you are having water/fluid problems, the tree root could be the cause. Sometimes tree roots penetrate the pipes causing blockage of fluid. So when hydro jetting is utilized, the water easily decimates the tree root ends forcing the pipes to unclog. Surprisingly, this does not kill the tree. It only quickly severs those particular root ends. Over time, the tree roots may grow back, and the same process may need to be used again. If this process happens again, it will happen after a few years and the tree may need to be fully removed. Furthermore, if this problem constantly happens, a bigger portion of the tree root can be removed. The hydro jetting will be able to identify this problem.