Hydrojetting Service Throughout Antioch & Oakland
Stubborn Clogs Are Our Business
Clogs in the drains of your home can be a pain. Even the smallest clogs can still demand professional attention at inopportune times. Unfortunately, if you happen to be unlucky enough to suffer from a serious clog that won’t respond to normal efforts, it could be time for a real solution. Clogs resulting from root incursion in your water lines or the sludge and debris from years of accumulation can be exceptionally stubborn. For these serious blocks, you can contact General Plumbing & Rooter for professional hydrojetting service. Our team of expert Antioch plumbers is ready to swoop in and save the day!
Hydrojetting solves big clogs that won’t respond to normal service:
- When roots from a tree or bush have dug deep, they can find their way into your water lines. Unfortunately, the miscellaneous solid debris that can now access the system will not respond to less serious answers.
- Sludge building up due to drained grease or larger food items can stop in one spot and build up over time. Eventually, the blockage in this area will be too significant to allow water to pass effectively.
- Even the development of mineral deposits can work in cooperation with other sludge to develop a significant obstacle for water to pass properly.
When you need a serious clog removed, we are ready to help. Call us now at (925) 208-4618.
Should I Try to Solve this on My Own?
While the term hydrojetting may make a more ambitious DIY’er image that the process can be performed with any high-pressure hose, this is not true. Our Antioch plumbers thoroughly inspect your system to determine the right pressure to use based on the layout of your water lines. Attempting this yourself could lead to flooding and even additional water line damage from improper pressure. Our qualified team wants to solve your blockage problem fast with timeworn techniques and experience.
Contact us for effectiveHill hydrojetting service. Call (925) 208-4618 today. We serve Antioch, Oakland, Walnut Creek, and all of Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.