When you need the best water jetting and descaling in Tulsa, OK, contact Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma!
Many people know about descaling their coffee makers with white vinegar, but what about stainless steel water pipes and sewer lines? Your pipes and sewer lines can accumulate debris that impedes water flow, including mineral, grease, and rust buildups.
Professional descaling and water jetting in Tulsa, OK can quickly remove stubborn blockages and clogs in the main sewer line. At Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma, we offer premium descaling and hydro jetting services to clean plumbing lines without harsh chemicals.
You might associate waterjet cutting with high-pressure pumps used in fabrication processes. Our hydro jetting method is an eco-friendly way to clean pipes using pressurized water. When the water blasts through the affected zone in the plumbing line, it eliminates all residue, leaving the pipes thoroughly cleaned.
Hydro jetting and descaling in Tulsa, OK is best left to plumbing professionals who know how to handle pressurized water. Without this knowledge, you may injure yourself or damage your pipes while trying to clear them.
Sewer cleaning equipment combines heat and pressurized water up to 4,000 psi to clean plumbing lines. The water jetting machine includes a special nozzle and hose that runs the length of a pipe. Most nozzles have a forward-facing jet to punch a hole through pipe debris and several rear-facing jets to push the hose further into the line.
Hydro jetting is an effective way to clean pipes, but technicians usually work in multiple stages. First, they’ll need to break up the clogs, then switch to a wider jet nozzle to force stubborn clogs from invading tree roots and other debris down the pipe. Other nozzle types may be necessary to descale minerals and rust from lines or to reach around corners.
Water jetting is a preferred pipe-cleaning method for several reasons, including:
Schedule hydro jetting for your Tulsa property with Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma at least once every other year as preventative maintenance. It usually takes two or three years for severe clogs to form in pipes. Following an every-other-year schedule will keep pipes clean for longer.