What Does Hydrojet Plumbing Cost In 2022?

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What Does Hydrojet Plumbing Cost In 2022?
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As hydrojet plumbing gains popularity among homeowners and commercial property owners, many are curious about what it costs and what benefits it provides.

The reason it’s becoming so popular is due to its effectiveness at clearing sewer lines with a high-pressure stream of water, and it has an extremely high success rate when it comes to clearing clogs in sewer lateral and main lines.

In this blog post, we will discuss the cost of hydrojet plumbing and also describe the benefits of hydrojetting, what hydrojetting is, and who it is for.

What is hydrojet plumbing?

Hydrojet plumbing uses an extremely pressurized stream of water to clear clogs and debris from sewer lines. It is a relatively new technology that has been gaining in popularity in recent years due to its effectiveness at clearing clogged lines the first time, without the need to open up sewer lines or use a traditional plumbing auger to clear debris. Watch this short video to understand more:

Highly-pressurized water stream…

Depending on the plumber you call and the type of clog you may have, plumbers will use different types of jydrojet nozzles. Here at Western Rooter & Plumbing, we use more than 4000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressurized water to clear clogs.

This high-pressure stream of water is able to clear even the most stubborn clogs and debris, without causing any damage to your sewer lines or plumbing.

Dependable clog clearing…

Because of the way hydrojetting works, it is an extremely reliable way to clear plumbing clogs in sewer lines. With a success rate of more than 95%, hydrojetting can be a much more dependable option than traditional plumbing methods, like using an auger, for certain situations with clogs that are not as severe.

What are the benefits of hydrojetting?

There are many benefits of hydrojetting, which is why it has been gaining in popularity in recent years. Some of the benefits include:

Extremely accurate and reliable.

Because of the way hydrojetting works, it is extremely accurate and reliable at clearing clogged lines. With a success rate of more than 95%, hydrojetting is a great option for clearing clogs.

Both eco-friendly and cost-friendly.

Traditional methods of clearing sewer lines, such as using chemical cleaners, can cause harm to both your plumbing lines and the environment. Hydrojetting is a much more environmentally-friendly option, and it’s also cost-effective when compared to traditional methods.

No damage to sewer lines or plumbing.

The stream of water uses around 4000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure (depending on the brand of hydrojet being used by the plumber), which is enough to clear extremely stubborn clogs but not pressurized enough to cut through steel, copper, or other pipe materials even for extended durations of time. This means that it’s safe for your plumbing lines, and won’t cause damage!

What does sewer line jetting cost?

The cost of hydrojetting depends of two things: the plumber you call, and the severity of your clog. At Western Rooter, our hydrojet plumbing cost starts at $325, but for a more detailed pricing breakdown, please see the infographic below or visit our plumbing pricing page.

How to know if you will benefit from hydrojet plumbing.

If you are experiencing any of the following problems, it is likely that you will benefit from hydrojet plumbing:

  • Slow drainage in sinks, baths, and showers – This can be caused by a number of plumbing problems, ranging from clogged drains to broken pipes. If you’ve tried everything to clear your sink drains, then hydrojetting can clear the clog and help restore normal drainage speeds.
  • Gurgling noises when water is draining – This usually means that there is a blockage in your sewer line, which hydrojetting can clear.
  • Water backing up into your drains or overflowing when using the toilet – This is another common sign of a clogged sewer line, which hydrojetting can clear.

If you are experiencing any of these problems and live in Los Angeles County or the San Gabriel Valley in SoCal, give Western Rooter & Plumbing a call at (626) 448-6455 so we can talk about your options.

Who won’t benefit from hydrojet plumbing?

While hydrojetting is a great option for most clogged sewer lines, there are some cases where it will not be effective. If you have a broken pipe or extensive damage to your sewer line, hydrojetting may not be able to fix the problem. Another thing that hydrojet plumbing isn’t always effective at clearing is invasive tree roots, which will require a more specialized method of sewer line cleaning.

Is hydrojetting worth it?

In most cases – yes, absolutely! Hydrojet plumbing is a reliable and accurate way to clear clogged sewer lines, without causing any damage to your plumbing or the environment. It is a cost-effective and eco-friendly option when compared to traditional methods of clearing clogs. If you are experiencing any of the problems listed above, hydrojetting may be the best solution for you!

When to get hydrojet plumbing.

If you’re experiencing any of the problems listed above and live in Los Angeles County or the San Gabriel Valley, contact Western Rooter & Plumbing at (626) 448-6455 for a free consultation. We can help you determine if hydrojetting is the best solution for clearing your clogged sewer line and getting your plumbing back to normal!

John, Larry, Mike, owners of Western Rooter & Plumbing

Need expert plumbing help?

If you’re having plumbing issues or emergencies, contact Western Rooter & Plumbing online or call our dispatch center at (626) 448-6455. We are the Los Angeles County and San Gabriel Valley’s number one plumbers – don’t wait, call now!

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