Check Out How the Hydro-Jetter Works

Check Out How the Hydro-Jetter Works


Today, we want to give our customers a sneak peek at how we hydro-jet a drainline.

The cool thing about hydro-jetting as opposed to auguring is that not only are you getting a cleaner product at the end, the hydro-jet has a 500-foot cable while most augurs have 50 or 60 feet at the most.

The real benefit of hydro-jetting is that it can really clean out drain systems. It gets rid of grease, oil, roots, and other things that augurs typically don’t get.

Check out the video above to see the hydro-jetter in action. We’ve created a piping system and added some roots so that you can see what happens when we use the hydro-jetter.

If you have any questions for us, just give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to help you!

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