Clearing a clogged or slow-moving drain often leads to the discovery of more clogs deeper in the line. These clogs can often be quite large and can also be extremely difficult to clear away in some situations. Most likely, clogs of this type have been developing for months before they were discovered. Snaking these out can be a quick fix in some situations, but rarely is this really the best solution. Clogs can just be pushed farther back, and even if broken up somewhat, unless they are flushed down into the main sewer line, they can quickly become points for further accumulation and then form several new clogs in the near future. This is why clogs often seem to return again and again.
Another drawback about traditional snaking methods is that it cannot be safely used with pipes that have been lined on their interiors. In Ghanna, OH, having your home or business’ drains, pipes, and sewer lines cleaned out with hydrojetting, however, can have several benefits. The use of high-powered streams of water can force clogs out of the way, and can even be so powerful that tree roots are destroyed in unlined sewer pipes. Augering cannot do this unless a special attachment is used that will cut the tree roots.