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Your hydro jetting service includes:
Before we begin your hydro jetting service, we'll take the time to carefully assess your drain line and help you determine if hydro jetting is the best option for you.
Before we begin working on your drain line, we'll provide you with an upfront quote on the service. We never want you to be shocked by or uncomfortable with the final bill you see, so we will ensure that you're comfortable with the price before we get to work.
Flexible financing options
We offer flexible financing options so that regardless of whether you've budgeted for hydro jetting or not, you can rest assured that your drains are cleared.
100% satisfaction guaranteed
We want to make sure you're 100% satisfied with the job we've done...if you're not, we'll redo the job on our own dime.
Cost of hydro jetting in Phoenix
Factors that affect your hydro jetting cost:
- Condition of your pipes- If your pipes are old and corroding, a plumber may not be able to clear your pipes without damaging them further. If you do have older pipes, a plumber should conduct a video inspection before starting service, which will increase the price. If your pipes are damaged or corroding, you may have to replace parts of your sewer line, which will increase your out of pocket costs, because replacing a line is a more extensive solution than clearing the line.
- Location of the sewer clean out- A plumber will access your home's sewer line via the sewer clean out. If the clean out is difficult to locate or your home doesn't have a clean out, it will take the plumber longer to access the line, which will increase the cost.
- Whether or not you need a camera inspection- Depending on the location of the clog, a plumber may want to conduct a camera inspection before beginning service, which could increase the overall cost. Keep in mind that a clogged pipe is not a normal occurrence. Something is causing this to happen, and a camera inspection is often the best way to ensure that there is not further issues that could cause this to reoccur.
How Scheduling Works
Set up your hydro jetting service in 3 steps
Ready to schedule service? You can call us at (602) 280-1793 or schedule an appointment by contacting us online. We're available 24/7, so no matter what time you reach out, we'll be there.
Choose a day and time
Let us know what days and times work for you, and we'll do our best to schedule an appointment as soon as we can. We offer same-day service, so if you need a plumber to come out that same day, we'll do our best to make it happen.
Get a reminder call
When we're about 30 minutes away, we'll give you a courtesy call to let you know we're on our way. On average, hydro jetting takes 2-3 hours, and you can expect our techs to keep you updated on the process (and their progress) throughout the service.