Hydro or Water Jetting
J. Wood's Plumbing & Drain Cleaning of Bakersfield, CA
J. Woods Plumbing & Drain Cleaning is delighted to help residents of Bakersfield, Arvin, Lamont, Porterville, and other surrounding areas with their problems. In this section, we will discuss "Hydro Jetting", which is a term used to apply to using high pressured water to clean unwanted materials (grease, sludge, gunk) from your pipes and drains. It is a special form of drain cleaning that is highly effective and is a fan favorite for kids to watch.
Sludge eventually builds up in your pipes, especially kitchens and sewer systems. It allows the fluid that is supposed to run through to flow freely through to the septic lines or septic tanks. It is a nice alternative to big plumbing therapy, i.e., when your pipes and drains are destroyed to the point where your plumbing systems needs an entire facelift. As you can imagine, the facelift can get costly, whereas the hydro jetting is a known, reliable, and standard solution to the facelift plumbing therapy.
Be sure to call J. Woods Plumbing at (661) 577-4294 for your plumbing recommendations and needs. We will work with you to see if hydro jetting is the right therapy for you. If you prefer not to call and would rather send an email for an instant quote, then fill out the form at the top!
Like always, J. Woods Plumbing is your tested and trusted plumbing authority, regardless of what happens. We service anyone from Bakersfield, CA, to Arvin, CA, to Lamont, CA, to Porterville, CA, to Oildale, CA, to any other surrounding areas!
You come into your home to see that there is plenty of gunk for you to swim in when you see your sink. You may as well bathe your child in the gunk, because it has grown to be so large that it is "definitely a problem", not "something my husband can do". You go to the shower to notice it is having trouble starting up. At this point, you know it is a problem bigger than some small problem.
You call J. Woods Plumbing immediately.
What J. Woods Plumbing Does
Hydro Jetting is the use of water that is at a very high pressure to remove gunk, sludge, grease, particles, food, or waste that is clogging up your drains, causing it to take longer to clear things through the drain. There are different hydro jetters for different types of drains and pipes. For example, for sinks and kitchens, one type of hydro jetter works. However, for large pipes with wider diameters use a larger hydro jetter. A small hydro jetter may not be able to fill in every last portion of a large pipe with a larger diameter.
An example of a large diameter pipe would be something like your sewer or septic tank pipes. You can see how small your kitchen pipe is, but your septic tank is larger because it has to take gunk and waste from different avenues. Cases on which hydro jetting you wish to use vary from household to commercial businesses to public residences.
Hydro Jetting is actually a cost-effective way to make your pipes work like new again . After time, pipes tend to get clogged up or filled with much waste material, because of use. Pumping high pressure water through the pipes is a good way to force out the debris to allow your pipes to work like brand new all over again! It is a good method of choice for those who are active in prevention of plumbing problems as opposed to those who wait until their septic system, sewer system, or drains are clogged to the point where hydro jetting becomes either:
As mentioned earlier, hydro jetting is not an end-all be-all for every type of plumbing problem. It is best for the proactive and can handle some sudden concerns. It is definitely not the only thing that can be used to handle your plumbing problems. For example, if your septic tank is clogged (do not forget the septic tank is the last part where the gunk from your home gets sent to), then if you hydro jet your gunk outwards, you will be sending your gunk to the already clogged septic tank, which just exacerbates the problem!
The end result is that hydro jetting requires a professional to assess if hydro jetting is even for your home. You do not want to spend your time doing a hydro jet, if it will not be effective. It works in some situations, and does not work in others. For a consultation or a home check, be sure to call J. Woods Plumbing of Bakersfield, CA, in order to service your needs. We service Bakersfield, CA, Arvin, Lamont, Porterville, Oildale, and any other surrounding areas. You just need to fill out our instant quote form, or call (661) 577-4294!
J. Woods Plumbing & Drain Cleaning is dedicated to giving quality service to the residents of Bakersfield, Arvin, Lamont, Porterville, Oildale, and any other nearby areas. We strive to outperform competition to the point where there is no competition! Just fill out an instant quote form or call (661) 577-4294!