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Drain Cleaning

Signs You Need Drain Cleaning Services

Slow Drains

When it comes to your bathroom or kitchen sink, a lack of free-flowing water could mean there’s a blockage somewhere in your pipe system.

Foul and Unpleasant Smells

When food is in a drain, it can decompose and give off a foul odor. Any odd smells should be dealt with before they are a health risk.

Overflowing Toilets

If you have a toilet that won’t flush the right way and leads to overflowing, that’s a sign you may have a significant clog.

Water Backing-Up

Water can’t correctly flow if pipes are clogged, and will come up the drains and can cause severe damage to your home.

Sewer Drain Cleaning With Rooter and Hydro Jetting

Essentially, a rooter is an electric power drill. It’s a large cable that is moved through pipes to clear blockages. A hydro jet is a specialized pressure tool designed to clean blocked drains. A hydro jet produces a powerful stream that can break up steady buildup, separate grease, and take care of mineral deposits. Even though a hydro jet has enough power to cut through tree roots, our technicians use a rooter machine to ensure they are cleared correctly.

How Often Do I Need to Clean My Drains?

HEP recommends a drain inspection at least once a year. Annual drain cleanings and maintenance keep odors, emergencies, and damages minimal.


Close up on dirty clogged kitchen sink drain with food particles

What is Hydro Jetting?

A hydro jet is used to remove grease clogs. It has high-pressurized water shooting through a nozzle at the end of a hose that is inserted into the drain line. Using a traditional snake, auger, or drain cleaning machine typically has no value in breaking down grease clogs.