Let Us Flush Out Your Pipes with
Hydro Jetting in Phoenix
Sewer jetting helps clean out your pipes to remove debris and buildup in sewer lines and tanks.
Contact Go Direct Plumbing and Water to learn more.
What Causes Sewer Backups?
There are a number of things that can cause your sewer to back up. Every sewer system contains pipes, whether you use the city sewer or have a private system.
These pipes are what wastewater flows through to get to where it needs to be, usually an underground main sewer system or a septic tank. When these pipes get clogged, wastewater can no longer flow properly and will end up getting backed up in your home.
Backups are caused by pushing things down the drains that don’t belong in there, such as oils, grease, fats, hair, certain foods, and other objects. There are other issues that can lead to clogged sewer systems and septic backups, including problems with plumbing inside or outside of your home. This may be caused by tree roots growing through your pipes, old pipes deteriorating, or improper pipe sealing, not to mention traffic above your sewer pipes.
Heavy rain can also cause problems with your sewer system. When heavy rain falls, it can fill up your sewer system and then be forced to flow through the pipes connected to your home. When this happens, it usually results in sewer backups. In addition, some houses pump wastewater through affluent pumps, which can malfunction and also result in a backup.
Jetting sewer line services can help remove blockages from your sewer system.
How Sewer Jetting Works
Hydro jet cleaning uses a powerful stream of water pressurized at about 3,500 psi to 4,000 psi (20,000 psi can cut steel). Sewer jetting machines have specialized nozzles attached to a hose that is long enough to fit from one end of the sewer pipe to the other.
These nozzles have jets that work together to break up debris and wash them away. They often have multiple rear-facing jets that wash debris back by propelling the nozzle forward and one jet facing forward that rips a hole through the debris.
When cleaning the main sewer line, we usually start at the system’s lower end and hydro jet toward the building since the jet washes the debris back. This causes the blockages to flow toward the city into larger pipes, rather than flowing back toward the building. Jets begin at the septic tank opening when cleaning septic tank systems.
How Our Sewer Jetting Services Process Works
The following are the steps taken to either help get your sewer system up and running more efficiently or to ensure it keeps running smoothly.
Step 1: Find the Blockage
To find out where the blockage/s is located, we use a specialized video inspection camera. This helps us determine the best way to remove the blockage.
Step 2: Break Up the Debris
Using a nozzle with a lot of forwarding force, we break up the debris, whether it’s sludge or tree roots. The hose itself vibrates off and on rapidly and also has enough high pressure to smash through debris and clogs.
Step 3: Send Debris Down the Pipe
The next step is to use a wider back spraying nozzle to remove the debris better and send it down through the pipe.
Note, we also use special nozzles for descaling the pipe’s sides or those that make it easier to get around corners.
Go Direct is Well Trusted and Highly Recommended
Go Direct has a proven track record for exceptional performance and customer service. We have many repeat customers, come highly recommended by our previous clients, and have great reviews. Our company is licensed, insured, and bonded, so you and your property are well protected when working with us. Not to mention we have an A+ rating with the BBB.
We work with both residential and commercial clients in Phoenix and surrounding areas. Our technicians are backed by over 50 years of combined experience and are well-trained in all aspects of the industry. They understand and follow all codes, rules, and regulations while also using best practice procedures to ensure every job is done in compliance with local and state rules. Thus, all our techs are full-time employees, rather than outsource freelancers.
We use our own modern, well-maintained, and advanced equipment that helps get the job done even faster and more efficiently. Count on us for all your plumbing, water, and sewer line needs in Phoenix.
How Much Does Sewer Jetting Cost?
The cost of hydro jetting services can range anywhere from $300 and up. However, sewer jetting costs highly depend on several factors, including:
- How severe the blockage is
- If there are multiple clogs
- Where the clog is inside your line or drain
- Your location
- The complexity of the job
- How long it will take to complete the job
We want to help our clients save money, which is why we offer quality work at affordable pricing. We offer coupons to help you save even more. You also save by avoiding paying extra to outsource another contractor, since we are well-equipped and highly trained to do all the work for you.
Another thing we do to help keep costs down is offer free second opinions. If you got an estimate from another company, come see us first. However, if the costs are still an issue, you can take advantage of our financing with no interest for 18 months.
We Guarantee Our Work
Go Direct wants all our clients to be completely satisfied with our work. That’s why we currently offer a five-year guarantee. If you are not absolutely satisfied with the work we did, contact us and we will fix it.
Contact Us Today for Reliable and Affordable Sewer Jet Cleaning Services
If you are seeking professional sewer jetting services in Phoenix and outlying areas, contact Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water today!