Hydro Jetting

Environmentally Friendly Hydro Jetting in Lowell, MA, and in New England

Clearing clogged drains can be an invasive process when it involves digging up your lawn to access blockages. Fortunately, professional plumbing and drain cleaning services have another method of clearing clogged pipes. Sewer and drain jetting services are one of the least invasive and most effective ways to remove blockages.

The team at Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair has expertise in a range of pipe clearing methods. We want to share that knowledge with you so you can make informed decisions about your home. This guide will give you some basic information on hydro jetting services and when you may need them.

What Is Sewer and Drain Hydro Jetting?

Sewer and drain hydro jetting is the process of blasting highly pressurized water through a pipe or drainage system. When we perform this plumbing service, we use equipment generating approximately 35,000 pounds per square inch. That pressure makes sewer jetting a powerful clearing tool.

Drain snaking is another non-invasive way to clear blockages, but as this method does not offer as much power, it cannot remove more stubborn clogs. Where traditional methods fail to remove blockages, pipe jetting efficiently blasts them away. We offer this pipe cleaning service in:


  • Cambridge, MA
  • Stoneham, MA
  • Topsfield, MA
  • Tewksbury, MA
  • Chelmsford, MA
  • Danvers, MA
  • Boston, MA
  • Boxford, MA
  • Newburyport, MA
  • Newton, MA
  • Peabody, MA
  • Dedham, MA
  • Dracut, MA
  • Everett, MA
  • Framingham, MA
  • Haverhill, MA
  • Lawrence, MA
  • Amesbury, MA
  • Andover, MA
  • Lowell, MA
  • Lynn, MA
  • Malden, MA
  • Medford, MA
  • Methuen, MA
  • Waltham, MA
  • Somerville, MA
  • Bedford, MA
  • Wakefield, MA
  • Reading, MA
  • Salem, MA
  • Salisbury, MA
  • Georgetown, MA
  • Gloucester, MA
  • Woburn, MA

New Hampshire

  • Candia, NH
  • Seabrook, NH
  • Stratham, NH
  • Windham, NH
  • Chester, NH
  • Concord, NH
  • Danville, NH
  • DerryExeter, NH
  • Manchester, NH
  • Merrimack, NH
  • Nashua, NH
  • Hampstead, NH
  • Hampton, NH
  • Hooksett, NH
  • Kingston, NH
  • Londonderry, NH
  • Atkinson, NH
  • Brentwood, NH
  • Newton, NH
  • Pelham, NH
  • Plaistow, NH
  • Portsmouth, NH
  • Dover, NH
  • Epping, NH
  • Salem, NH

Signs That You Need Professional Hydro Jetting Services

Slow-flowing drains and pipes are the most obvious signs that you should call a professional hydro jetting service. When things like grease, minerals, roots, food waste and other common debris enter your pipe system, they can get stuck and form dense clogs. Blockages that don't respond to shaking or other conventional clearing methods may need a stronger push. Hydro jetting provides just that.

Unlike other less invasive drain-clearing options, a professional must perform hydro jetting services. If you suspect your drains are suffering from a stubborn clog, call Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair to clear it.

Hydro Jetting for Preventive Maintenance

Occasional preventive maintenance is the best way to save on costly repairs to your home. Unlike repairing damaged fixtures, planned maintenance removes the element of surprise from how much it costs to keep your home in excellent condition. Investing in preventive care can also alert you to minor damages before they become major issues — and incur major expenses.

Planned maintenance is especially important for your home's pipes, drains and sewer system, as the majority of these features are usually invisible yet have a significant impact on your daily life.

Emergency Jetting Services for Clogged Drain Pipes in New England Homes

Clogs can also cause severe complications, like leaking and backflow, in your home. If those issues arise or you suspect a drain blockage, you should call a plumbing professional near you for hydro jetting. At Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair, our drain cleaning company is available 24/7 for emergency hydro jetting services.

Hydro Jetting FAQs

How long does pipe jetting take to complete?

The answer depends on how many sewer or drain lines need to be cleaned and other factors specific to each situation. The average time required for the hydro jetting process is about an hour or so.

When is sewer jetting for preventative maintenance purposes worth considering?

Routine maintenance involving hydro jetting can be beneficial for any regularly used sewer and drain lines. It's especially beneficial for preventative maintenance if you have underground pipes susceptible to tree root intrusions and blockages.

What kind of materials can jetting remove from drain and sewer lines?

Hydro jetting roots is a fairly common practice, but it's just one of the many ways pressurized water can be used to clean and clear sewer and drain lines. It's also an effective to blast away scale, grease, deep-down debris, and even corrosive materials caked onto pipe walls.

What are suitable conditions for hydro jetting?

Due to the pressure from the water, the main requirement for hydro jetting is the drain or sewer line being cleaned must be strong and stable enough to withstand the force of the water used. A camera inspection is usually done to make this determination.

How long do results from hydro jetting last?

Since all internal debris is removed during the jetting process, the results typically last for several months after a cleaning – or even longer.

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Contact Us for a Free Quote or Call for Emergency Services

If you're in the New England area, finding sewer jetting services near you is easy. Call Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair to connect with our experts. We've been in business for over 18 years, and we have the expertise to identify, diagnose and resolve your sewer or drainage system's blockages. If tree roots or other debris damaged your pipes, we can reline or repair them once we've removed the clog.

Connect with us today for more information about our plumbing hydro jet service. Contact us online or give us a call — Massachusetts residents can reach us at (603) 974-1218. You may also fill out the online form for an appointment.

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