With all of us spending more time at home these days, it’s easy for drains and septic systems to get clogged. Which is why Orlando Septic Services is helping our residential and business clients in our community, even during these uncertain times.

At one time or another, drains get clogged and septic tanks back up. So many of us take our plumbing for granted, but they need maintenance. It can be unavoidable to allow fats, oil, grease, and other things to go down the drain. But over time it takes its toll on your plumbing. 

Other things that can wreck havoc on your pipes include; mineral deposits in the water, soap scum, hair, even tree roots can block our water and sewer pipes.

Benefits of Hydro-Jetting

Hydro Jetting is a specialized, high powered stream of water, up to 60,000 psi. Strong enough to break up just about anything in your drainage pipes. Safe enough, it won’t hurt your plumbing.

Harmful Chemicals

Many people resort to chemical drain cleaners to unclog the obstruction. Unfortunately, these chemicals end up doing a significant amount of damage to the pipes themselves. These chemicals also end up damaging the environment and are not very effective on many types of clogs. Though they may seem to work, most clogs will come back.

Protect Your Pipes

High pressure jetting is safe on pipes. In fact, it is specifically engineered not to damage plumbing components, fittings, or the pipes themselves. Proven safe for both residential and commercial situations.

Unclog and Clean Your Pipes

Most traditional drain cleaners are just a temporary fix. High pressure jetting not only get rid of the clog for good, it washes away every bit of waste. It will take a significantly longer time for new debris to form, which means you can enjoy free flowing pipes for a very long time.

Home Guides explains, “Hydro jetting consists of a high-pressure hose with a specialized nozzle connected to a machine that pressurizes the water, producing a powerful stream that clears the drain. Hydro jetting is usually done through a clean out, which is an opening that allows plumbers to clean out clogs. The water is forced down the drain, where it pushes grease, mineral build-up, hair and other debris through the drain. With a powerful enough hydro jet, tree roots can also be broken up. However, before using a hydro jet, a plumber typically inspects the drain with a small camera to determine if the pipe is damaged.”

While it is easy to forget, our plumbing pipes and septic system are an investment that needs to be taken care of and routine maintenance. If your drains are slow or clogged, contact Orlando Septic Service for our high pressure jetting.  Much safer than chemical drain cleaners and safe for older pipes.