High-Pressure Water Jetting

Grease, sludge, mud, sand and debris are the main causes of commercial drain blockages. Our high-pressure water jetting service can help you with your issues by:

  • Penetrating and softening grease.
  • Breaking up mud and debris.
  • Flushing out the system.

What Is Water Jetting?

High-pressure water jetting is an efficient, economical, and environmentally safe way to clean drains. Using state-of-the-art pumps and flexible hoses, ordinary water is propelled under varying amounts of pressure into the drain line. A special nozzle mounted on the end of a heavy-duty hose along with a collection of forward and reverse water jets, which directs extremely powerful concentrated streams of water all the way to the pipe walls. Even the toughest blockages and buildup can’t stand up to water jetting, which thoroughly cleans pipes.

Regular Water Jetting Maintenance Keeps Drain Lines Flowing

Restaurants and other commercial establishments typically require frequent high-pressure water jetting to remove mineral deposits, grease buildup, mud and debris that accumulate in the lines. Blockages can cause down time, and down time in any industry means lost customers and revenue.

Some businesses may require just one or two cleanings annually, while others benefit from monthly or quarterly cleanings. That's why many of our customers prefer to set up a scheduled program for water jetting service that keeps their drains flowing freely. A Burgess professional can recommend a jetting service schedule that best meets the needs of your business.

Our water jetting service means cleaner pipes, which means fewer call-outs, less down time, overall cost savings and one less thing for you to worry about.

For a complete list of our plumbing services – including everything from geyser repairs to grease trap cleaning – call Burgess & Partners Plumbing Services on 0860 40 41 42. We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year – even holidays and weekends – to help get your plumbing system up and running smoothly again.

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