Water jetting is an effective way to clear a blockage it can go around bends and reach further than rods it is the high pressure that makes water such an effective cleaning solution to unblock and clear a drain or unblock gullies, and most drainage problims,so why not call tommy @ northdown drains
A blocked sink or bath is usually at the u bend, but it could be a blockage further down the pipe leading to the main drain so if it is a bad smell or a blocked sink or toilet give us a call at north down drains whether it's a gully a waste pipe or inspection trap in east Belfast and northdown area for all UNBLOCKS
All sorts of things can block your drain line here a brick has fallen or placed into the sewer and has obviously blocked it. The brick was removed and the sewer line was cleaned with the jetting unit to remove small stones and cement from the manhole and was thoroughly flushed through with clean water,a good job well done.
Your house drains will run to the main sewer as will your neighbors,if the main sewer is blocked it may be the water authority's problem.so if you have a blocked drain or toilet or need your drains cleaned, give north down drains a call for all your drainage needs you have nothing to lose, only your blockage
,IF YOU HAVE A BLOCKED DRAIN OR NEED A DRAIN UNBLOCKED GIVE US A CALL
HAVE YOUR DRIVEWAY OR PATIO SPRUCED UP ,WITH A HIGH PRESSURE FLAT SURFACE CLEANER
A BLOCKED TOILET COULD BE A MESSY ORDEAL CALL TO GET IT UNBLOCKED
Looking for a professional drain cleaning team Then you've come to the right people at northdown drains!
Blocked drains and smelly sewers require a considerable amount of work to clean by hand. If you, like many people in the UK, don’t much fancy cleaning out your sewer pipes manually, there is another option. Drain jetting is a revolutionary approach which allows the user to give pipes and drains a thorough clean, all by operating a device from the mouth of the drain rather than digging elbow-deep in filthy sewer pipes and outlets.
Drain jetting involves highly pressurised water being forced through a nozzle at the end of a long hose, and the hose being inserted into a pipe. The nozzle’s holes are drilled at an angle pointing in the opposite direction to the direction of travel.
In this way, the hose is propelled through pipe when the water exits the nozzle at high pressure, thereby scouring the inside of the pipe and at the same time forcing the hose through the pipe. This procedure requires a powerful pump to eject the water through the nozzle at high pressure, as well as specialised protective equipment to guard against injury when using these machines.