CES: Hydro Jetting

It's no secret that the benefits of being proactive outweigh the negatives of being reactive. We apply the same thought process to plumbing practices, such as Hydro Jetting. At CES, we believe in a proactive approach to help to ensure pipe integrity and flow and prevent future plumbing problems. CES recently completed a successful jetting job for a trusted client in the entertainment space. You can watch the video here to see the power of hydro jetting and the before and after results of the work!


What is Hydro Jetting?


Hydro jetting is superior to traditional methods that remove blockages, like snaking, which still leaves residue on the pipe's walls. One day it's grease and tree roots. The next it's sand and sludge. Over time, the residue builds, leading to a slow drain or another clog. When you turn to CES for Hydro Jetting, our experienced plumbers will have your plumbing system working at optimum capacity.

Hydro Jetting uses highly pressurized water to break up and remove unwanted residues from drainage pipes and sewer systems. The power of water is all that is at work here, no chemicals, just high water pressure!

The Process of Hydro Jetting


Suppose you are not familiar with how this process works, first, before jetting. In that case, our experienced plumbers will do a video inspection to diagnose the overall condition of your pipes, identify the clogged areas and locate the best point of entry to insert a hose and begin water pumping. This is the first step because water under high pressure can cause more harm than good if your pipes are old, frail, collapsed, and damaged. Ultimately, if the pipe is overly damaged or collapsed instead of being clogged, this calls for extensive repairs. So before jetting, we first diagnose the overall pipe integrity and the amount of build-up to determine the precise amount of pressure to be used.

At CES, we utilize our machinery. Meaning, we have two jetting trailers ready to tackle any size commercial project and an electric mobile jetter to tackle projects in touch to reach spaces or multiple story commercial offices and healthcare facilities.

CES utilizes this practice for the following industries:

  • Theme Parks

  • Restaurants & Bars

  • Convenient Stores

  • Churches

  • Country Clubs

  • Nursing Homes

  • Hotels & Leisure

  • Boat Marinas

  • Airports

  • Retail Stores


Hydro Jetting Pros:

  • Non-invasive

  • Safe practice with no chemicals and is environmentally friendly

  • Powerful can handle any clog

  • Ensures Pipe Integrity and Flow

  • Flushes out sand, sludge, grease, calcium, even tree roots, and other types of build-up

  • After Jetting, you are only left with a clean pip


Hydro Jetting Cons:

  • Potential Damage to older, compromised pipes

  • Professional job, not for the Do-It-Yourselfer…let the CES professionals handle this for you!

Visit our website to learn more or call (407)-682-1313 to speak with a specialist today!

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