High Pressure Sewer Jetting

At Tim Frank Septic Tank Cleaning Co. our team of skilled professionals knows what it takes to keep your sewer lines clear. Technicians routinely utilize powerful tools called high pressure sewer jets – or hydro jets – to clean and unclog heavy buildup from septic and sewer lines. 

What Is Sewer Jetting?

Sewer jets are the modern answer to the traditional sewer “snake” and have all the force needed to get lines moving while deep cleaning pipes. With over 4000 PSI, hydro jets’ power far surpasses the somewhat crude rip-and-tear approach of their mechanical counterparts while being more gentle on pipes’ interior.

When a Tim Frank Septic technician utilizes a high pressure sewer jet to clear your septic lines, they aren’t just clearing away buildup, debris, and clearing clogs – they’re also cleaning the lines themselves. Without using harsh chemicals, the interior of your sewer and septic lines can be clear and allow for easy flow. This makes sewer jetting the environmentally conscious way of clearing major drain clogs – you can rest assured that your water supply and local environment are safe.

Our sewer jets can utilize one of two hose sizes and multiple nozzle ends, depending on the severity of the blockage. Because water can be directed in several directions simultaneously, the jetter end is able to pull itself into a blockage and then blast the buildup backwards. Our technician can then easily remove the debris.

Why Sewer Jetting Is Important

Every Ohio household and business relies on their sewer and septic lines, each and every day. But regular use can easily deposit grease, hair, soap scum, food waste, and other substances in sewer lines. These along with minerals and mud can attach to the interior of pipes and eventually restrict flow, causing clogs and backups. This is an inconvenient and unsanitary situation that no property owner wants to face.

Regular line cleaning is one way to avoid potential problems and prevent the opportunity for buildup or non-biodegradable materials to wreak havoc. Beyond indoor sources of clogs, roots from vigorous trees or plants located too near to the septic lines can invade pipes, looking for a source of water. Sewer jetting can generally remove these blockages as well.

When to Jet Clean Sewer and Septic Lines

Annual high pressure sewer jetting keeps developing issues at bay and allows technicians to make note of potential future problems. This should be part of a regular maintenance program to keep lines clear. And of course, if you’re noticing clogs or experiencing backed-up drains, give Tim Frank Septic a call right away. We can use our powerful hydro jets to get things running smoothly again and give the inside of the pipes a much needed cleaning.

Sewer jetting is also an ideal service to have done prior to drain repairs or repiping, especially when you’re using a modern epoxy lining. With a clean interior, the new lining can best adhere and seal any leaks or cracks.

Call on the Experts

Whatever your septic or sewer cleaning needs, you can rely on Tim Frank Septic Tank Cleaning Co. Our team has a collective 52 years of experience and technicians are trained and qualified to operate high pressure sewer jets. As your local septic system experts we are proud to serve our community and we take professionalism seriously in all we do. Get in touch with our office to discuss using hydro jetting to clean your septic and sewer lines and to investigate service options. We look forward to hearing from you – give us a call today!

  • High Pressure Sewer Jetting

  • High Pressure Sewer Jetting

  • High Pressure Sewer Jetting