Thursday, May 12th, 2011
Many people find drain jetting to be a really dirty job, but otherwise, one would be changing their drain pipes even more often. Replacing drain pipes may not be a feasible option. Here is all you should know about drain jetting.
A stitch in time saves nine
Drain jetting is the only way to steer clear from the need to change drain pipes. Drain pipes get clogged because of any kind of junk and unnecessary things we dump into them. Over a period of time the grease and other sediments settle in the drain and create clogs. This makes it difficult for the water to flow down the drain. The flow of water is slow and eventually becomes completely obstructed. Drain jetting is the best way to tackle this sticky situation and saving your drain pipes. Replacing the drain pipes will cost you much more than drain jetting ever would.
Just a pressure washer
The name ‘drain jetting’ may be intimidating but all you need is a pressure washer. A pressure washer blasts water at a very high pressure and pushes out any dirt and other sediments stuck in the drain pipes. This is one of the best ways as it eliminates the need to use your hands in the process. This makes the process very hygienic and hassle free. One can find a pressure washer at a hardware store. It can be rented if you do not wish to purchase it.
Also, remember to take all the necessary precautions like wearing the appropriate clothing, thick rubber gloves and safety goggles. This will make sure you are safe while you carry out the task.