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Reasons You Shouldn’t Postpone Hydro Jetting

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Hydro jetting in Cape Coral, FL, is one of the best ways to eliminate severe clogs and ensure they don’t happen soon. At The Plumber’s Plumber, we recommend this for clients every 18 to 22 months and whenever they experience recurring pipe blockages. Here are some reasons we discourage postponing this procedure when the situation deems it necessary.

Exposure to Health Hazards

Clogs often start small and only cause water to drain slowly. However, the clog could worsen, causing waste to back up into your home. The longer you don’t call for hydro jetting services, the more you expose yourself to health risks due to bacteria in wastewater, like E. Coli and salmonella. Have a professional take care of this issue as soon as possible to keep your family safe.

Damaged Pipes

The longer the debris buildup remains in the pipes, the more damage they can cause. This is because they cause leaks and corrosion when left neglected for too long. The added pressure from the buildup and standing water could also result in pipe breakage. Pipe jetting can prevent these problems in the first place.

Tree root intrusion is another major cause of sewer line clog that we can’t eliminate using a plumber’s snake. If you delay hydro jetting roots, they will only expand over time and damage your sewer lines further.

Costly Repairs

Pipes that leak or break because of grease, hair, mineral buildup, or tree root penetration often require replacement. This is more expensive than fixing a small pipe section or cleaning the line. Furthermore, when sewage backs up into your home, it can damage the floors, walls, and foundation.

The Plumber’s Plumber uses the latest technology for sewer jetting to deal with different types and degrees of clogs. Let us help you clear tough clogs once and for all so you can keep your pipes free-flowing. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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