Our Hydrojetting equipment is suited for all needs;
whether it be Residential, Commercial or Industrial setting.
Our equipment can handle almost any blockage.
Rain or snow, your drains will flow!

How is this beneficial?
Hydro jetting will clean obstructions due to its ability to

  • Emulsify and break apart grease
  • Clearing sludge
  • Break branches and roots into passable sizes
  • Breaking down hardened scale
  • Clearing drain to full flow


How is it better than cable rodding?
In the short-term, cable machines can cut a hole through the debris and allow some regular flow, but is not effective long-term.Hydro-jetting helps eliminate future problems by preventing the line from quickly building up to another blockage from uncleared debris from conventional cabling.
Are your drains very slow? If more than one drain in your home isn’t working, it is most likely due to
a blockage in your main sewer line. There can be a buildup of sludge in the line or tree roots can invade the pipes, creating partial or complete blockages. To clear clogs in these underground pipes, hydro jetting is usually the best option, and it is our specialty.

Hydro jetting is a water based cleaning tool. Similar to pressure washing, pressurized water can remove almost any blockages in the sewer line. This can all be done without needing to dig out the pipe and risking further damage.

With access to the main drain line; a hydrojetter can project water through the sewer line, removing tree roots and other debris that cable rodding cannot eliminate.

Tree roots are the usual culprit in sewer line blockages. Since trees seek out water sources, roots can be up to ~30 feet away. Roots can find their way inside a pipe and slow your sewer line drainage speed. Hydro jetting is a quick, safe and effective way to remove these blockages, while rejuvinating your sewer line.

If you need a hydro jetting service, call or email us today! Our insured, licensed plumbers have served the Chicagoland area for over 10 years! We guarantee your satisfaction as the top hydro jetting provider in Chicagoland.


  • Labor for hydrojetting through outdoor accessible drain cleanout.


  • Repair Or replacement of sewer line.
  • Sewer lines without an outdoor cleanout.
  • Commercial buildings.

Hydro Jetting FAQ

What is hydro-jetting?

Hydro-jetting is a drain cleaning method that uses pressurized water to clear out deposits and clogs from drain lines. It involves a specialized machine with an attachment that scours the inside walls of the drains, effectively flushing out debris from the sewer system.

Which drains can be hydro-jetted?

Hydro-jetting can be used on various types of drains including PVC, ABS, cast iron, clay, transite, and landscape drains. However, it’s not recommended for galvanized steel or orangeburg drains due to their typically poor condition.

Will hydro-jetting damage my sewer pipes?

Hydro-jetting can potentially damage sewer pipes if not performed by skilled professionals. Our licensed master plumbers with years of experience ensure safe hydro-jetting practices. The pressure used is sufficient to clear deposits but not strong enough to pierce through the sewer pipe.

What types of clogs can hydro-jetting handle?

Hydro-jetting can handle virtually any type of clog including grease, scale, roots, sand, paper products, dirt, rocks, and even objects flushed down the toilet. It’s effective for main sewer lines as well as kitchen drains, floor drains, bathroom sink drains, shower drains, landscape drains, and vent stacks.

How much does hydro-jetting cost?

Hydro-jetting costs can vary depending on factors such as the length of the line and the complexity of the job. We offer free estimates over the phone or online. Contact us with details of your needs, and we’ll provide a fast and free quote.

How long does hydro-jetting take?

The duration of hydro-jetting depends on factors like the type of debris, the length, and the configuration of the sewer. We start with a 2-hour minimum and offer reduced pricing for additional hours if necessary. Most jobs can be completed within a couple of hours, but it ultimately depends on the specific circumstances.