Salt Lake City Office
963 Folsom Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84104-1130
St. George Office
148 W Industrial Dr, Unit E3
Washington, UT 84780
1805 2900 S Unit #1,
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: (801) 355-4433
Arguably the most common issue that homeowners face in plumbing is clogged drains. The most common solution to this problem is snaking. The snaking process involves a long steel cable that’s inserted into the drain and clears blockages.
The alternative option, Hydro-Jetting, is a process relying on water pressure to complete the same tasks as a snaking solution, without the damage. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of this process.
Hydro-jetting is a high-pressure drain cleaning method using a forceful stream of water. This water will then pumped into the drain at levels ranging between 3,000 and 8,000 pounds per square inch of pressure (PSI). Different plumbers work with ranging types of equipment, to varying effectiveness.
There is only one notable downside to hydro-jetting: Damaged pipes. Against weaker or older systems, the intense water pressure can be too powerful. At Whipple Service Champions, we know how to check your pipes in advance to ensure they’ll withstand the pressure.
Want to learn more about drain maintenance, or any other element of our plumbing services? We offer both these options at Whipple Service Champions. There are situations where one or the other might be best for you. To learn which is better for you, speak to the experts at Whipple Service Champions today.