If the sewer inspection of your Denver home shows buildup and debris inside your sewer lines, Go Direct will recommend sewer jetting. Sewer jetting, also known as high pressure jetting or hydro-jetting, is a method of cleaning your pipes using high pressure streams of water to remove buildup and debris in tanks and sewer lines. This process is best described as a powerful form of power washing with extreme pressure up to 3,000 PSI. The technician will select the sewer jetting head and pressure that is best for your situation.
Sewer jetting scours internal pipe surfaces to remove buildup that can cause clogging. As the high-pressure water washes away buildup from the sides of drain walls, flow increases because sewer lines are free of the grease, soap scum, sand, debris, roots and other materials that built up inside your pipes.
Go Direct’s technicians can use sewer cleanouts, drains, or other openings for sewer jetting. Sewer jetting is environmentally safe, which is important to metro Denver homeowners. Because sewer jetting does a thorough job cleaning your sewer lines, clogs and blockages are less likely to happen.
Go Direct may recommend preventative maintenance if your sewer lines frequently backup. Sewer inspections, followed by cleaning with a sewer snake or sewer jetting, can extend the life of your pipes. The sewer snake can remove clogs, blockages, and tree roots, while sewer jetting is a great for removing buildup and debris from your sewer line.