Will Jetting Inside Your Store Leave a Big Mess?
As a business owner, you have enough to clean up whether it’s store aisles or employees’ attitudes. The last thing you need is a big wastewater mess resulting from a service call. Today, we’re looking at one of our most popular services, and how it affects the appearance of your store afterward.
What is Jetting?
High-pressure water jetting, also called “hydrojetting” and “jetting,” is a process that forces water through flexible hoses and into plumbing lines. The pressure can be used to break through clogs, to thoroughly clean the interior pipe walls, or as a preventative maintenance technique. As an added plus, it’s environmentally safe and inexpensive.
When is it Necessary?
Jetting is best for soft clogs, like grease, paper, or food in commercial drain lines. For businesses like restaurants that deal with such materials on a regular basis, it is recommended you have your lines jetted regularly and often. Our Earthcare technicians can set up a schedule that works best for your business needs.
With water being forced through a small area, water and debris may indeed splash out. However, we make sure to schedule jetting services after normal business hours. EarthCare technicians also have the best tools for cleaning up, and our technicians make sure the area is spotless before the start of business the next day.
It’s Like We Were Never There
At Earthcare, we strive to provide the best customer service possible. The last thing we want to do is disappoint you by leaving your business in disarray, so count on us to leave things better than we found them. For more information about water jetting and to schedule a water-jetting appointment, Contact Us.