Hydrojetting

As the plumbing industry evolves along with plumbing system themselves, we find new tools to deal with the toughest problems. At Rowe Plumbing and Drain, we’ve long been at the forefront of not just tools but the techniques required for solving even the most difficult plumbing issues.

One of the plumbing trends that’s become increasingly common — not to mention effective — is known as hydro jetting. This process consists of a high-pressure hose with a specialized nozzle connected to a machine that pressurizes water, producing a super powerful stream that clears the drain line and pipe.

Hydro jetting is normally done through a clean out. But not to fear if you don’t have one. We can also pull a toilet or go through a roof vent to tackle that clog. The hydro-jetted water is forced down the drain where it pushes grease, mineral build-up, hair, and other debris through the drain.

With a powerful enough hydro jet, even tree roots can be broken up. Needless to say, this is an extremely effective tool for handling drain clogs.

Rowe Plumbing and Drain

At Rowe Plumbing and Drain, we’ve been in the business of taking care of our Clark County, Washington, neighbors for more than 12 years. Owner and founder Tim Rowe, an Air Force veteran, learned the tricks of the trade in the military and during a successful run as a plumber in Seattle.

Now, he’s working with and for the residents and commercial property owners of the greater Vancouver, Washington, area. There is nothing that Rowe and his highly trained and skilled staff of expert plumbers can’t handle.

Rowe Plumbing offers up-front pricing to both our commercial and residential customers. In addition to our full slate of plumbing services, we provide high-quality water heaters. When you choose Rowe Plumbing and Drain for your plumbing repairs, drain cleaning, or water heater services, we offer prompt, efficient and high-quality customer service.

Contact Rowe Plumbing today at 360-524-2771 and see what we can do to help you.

We’ll get the hydro-jet ready, just in case.