Stubborn and severe pipe clogging needs the intervention of a professional plumber and we recommend you contact Kwick Fix for hydro-jetting.
Why choose hydro-jetting?
For small clogs, you can DYI with a plunger and we strongly advise to keep away from chemical cleaners that corrode pipes and can generate more damage than they solve. For snaking the drains, you might need the help of a professional. Keep in mind that this process unblocks the pipes, but it does not remove the residue along the lining of the drain, which may result in future clogs.
With these options in mind, the benefits of hydro-jetting are obvious:
- Hydro-jetting removes both the clog and any buildup or residue, completely cleaning the pipes;
- It solves serious plumbing issues of your sewer lines and it never fails, no matter the size of the clog or of the drains;
- This cleaning process involves only water and no chemicals, being environmentally friendly.
- It can be performed in any home or commercial building, and it is compatible with almost any drain configuration.
- Hydro-jetting saves money in the long run – it is wiser to invest in cleaning your pipes and prevent serious damage than to pay for the repair or replacement of your sewer lines.
How much does hydro-jetting cost?
For ordinary jobs, hydro-jetting services range from $250 to $600. The final price depends on the following factors:
- The need to run first a camera inspection of the drains, which we strongly recommend. Even if it adds $300-$400 to your final payment, it helps to evaluate the seriousness of the clog and the damage level of the pipes, and instructs for the most appropriate action to take.
- The severeness of the clog can increase the total costs: if the clogs are located deeper in your sewer line, clearing them out requires more effort; also, removing roots is more difficult than washing away food waste.
- Commercial buildings require more sophisticated equipment, thus hydro-jetting will cost more.
- Finally, if it’s the case, emergency charges can range from $100 to $500.
Usually, sewer lines last for at least 50 years, but only if you clean your pipes regularly and properly. Contact Kwick Fix for a professional hydro-jetting cleaning service!