Commercial drain lines typically see a lot more activity than their residential counterparts. This often results in more clogs and buildups that you need to deal with, usually at the most inopportune times. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we highly recommend having your commercial drain cleaned out with our high-pressure water jetting service. Not only will this prevent future blockages, but it can also provide the amazing benefits below. 

Advantages of High Pressure Water Jetting for Commercial Properties

Break up Clogs

High-pressure water jetting is fantastic at breaking up nasty clogs and obstructions. Whether it’s hair, food, or waste, it does an incredible job of expelling these items out of the drain. For things like tree roots, hydro-jetting can also spray these heavier blockages out of the way.

Remove Buildup

While breaking up clogs, high-pressure water jetting can also remove nasty buildup. From greasy foods to fuel and oil waste, this powerful drain cleaning can scour the inside of the drain of all of these types of materials and more.

Wash Away Bacteria

Bacteria grow and linger in areas that are moist. Your commercial drain is the perfect place for these critters to reproduce. If not washed away often, this can lead to problems that can damage your commercial pipes. 

No Digging Required

One of the best advantages of high-pressure water jetting is that there is no digging required. The washing and spraying all take place right within the pipe itself. This is an economical way to clean out your drain and receive surprising results at the same time.

High-Pressure Water Jetting for Your Commercial Property

Request service online today or contact us at (317) 266-0000. We offer all of our drain and sewer services in Fishers and the nearby areas including sewer cleaning, septic tank pumping, lift station pumping, garbage disposal unclogging, sewer camera inspections, sewer line diagnosis, and more.

Source: Heinselman, William. “Why Hydro-Jetting is the Go-To Solution for Commercial Plumbing.” Blog article. Express Sewer & Drain. 30 Aug. 2018. Web. 12 Oct. 2021.