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What Is the Purpose of Hydro Jetting?

By CompleteTrenchless | June 29, 2022

Even without being a professional plumber, you know that a severely clogged pipe isn’t a good thing. Depending on your exact situation, the right solution may be hydro jetting. Let’s discuss exactly what this is, why it’s needed, and who can do it for you. Table of Contents What Is Hydro Jetting What Is the Purpose of Hydro Jetting? Professional Hydro Jetting in Washington What Is Hydro Jetting? Sometimes, a pipe is really clogged and needs some extra help clearing the blockage. This is where hydro jetting comes in. Hydro jetting is a method used to clean slow-moving drains and clogged sewage lines.  As the term “hydro” suggests, this method makes use of water. Hydro jetting uses specialized tools to push highly-pressurized water through the pipe in question. This stream of water will break apart and remove problematic buildup inside your pipes. This includes grease, mineral and limescale buildup, random…

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How do I Know if I Have Roots in my Sewer Line?

By CompleteTrenchless | June 29, 2022

There’s a lot to love about having trees on your property. That being said, if you find you have roots in the sewer, you’ll begin to feel a lot differently. Roots can cause major destruction if not properly dealt with.  Before you can hire Complete Trenchless to deal with a sewer line with tree roots, you must first know whether or not this is the problem you’re dealing with. We’re here to guide and educate you! Table of Contents 4 Signs You Have Roots in The Sewer Slow Emptying Drains Sinkholes Collapsed And Blocked Pipes Bad Smells Contact Complete Trenchless to Handle a Washington Sewer Line With Tree Roots 4 Signs You Have Roots in The Sewer While beautiful and shady, keeping trees on your property comes with a price. It means occasional maintenance costs and possibly even pipe repair. If you find you have roots in the sewer, this…

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How Does a Trenchless Machine Work?

By CompleteTrenchless | June 29, 2022

Trenchless pipe repair is a process that requires the Complete Trenchless team to use a special mini camera to go underground to pinpoint where the broken or corroded pipe is located. Once we find the pipe, we use our trenchless pipe lining technique to fix the problem. As part of our trenchless services, our team can also recommend doing a trenchless pipe replacement. If this explanation leads to more questions, you’re not alone. Let’s answer a few of them right now, like how trenchless machines work and when horizontal drilling would be beneficial to you. Table of Contents How Does a Trenchless Machine Work? Why You May Need a Trenchless Machine  Hire Complete Trenchless in Washington How Does a Trenchless Machine Work? Trenchless digging is also known as horizontal boring, horizontal drilling, or directional drilling. These machines have the capability of pushing, pulling, and rotating drilling rods underground with minimal…

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How to Choose the Correct Foundation Drainage System

By CompleteTrenchless | May 31, 2022

When you need a foundation drainage system, you have two main options: french drainage or a trench drain system. Which is the right one for your home and your exact situation? Complete Trenchless is here to help you figure it out! Table of Contents Understanding Your Two Options Selecting the Right Foundation Drainage System Complete Trenchless is Here for Washington Homeowners Understanding Your Two Options Anytime your home has a water problem, you need a foundation drainage system put in place to alleviate the issue. But, which one?  A french drain is a ditch in the ground, inset with a perforated pipe under a layer of gravel. The pipe is very important for french drainage, because it funnels water seeping into the ground away from where you don’t want it. Creating these particular types of systems involves digging a trench around your foundation. Think of french drainage like gutters put…

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What Are the Differences Between a French Drain and a Trench Drain?

By CompleteTrenchless | May 31, 2022

Too much water sitting around your property isn’t something to ignore. All of this water can lead to major problems down the road, particularly if it’s settling in a problematic area like around your residential home or commercial building’s foundation. In order to know how to solve it, let’s take a deeper look at your two main solutions: a french drain or a trench drain. Table of Contents What is a French Drain System?  What is a Trench Drain System?  What is the Difference? Contact Complete Trenchless What is a French Drain System?  Bob Vila tells us that french drain is essentially a ditch in the ground, inset with a perforated pipe under a layer of gravel. The pipe is very important, because it funnels water seeping into the ground away from where you don’t want it. The french drain then deposits that water in a more desirable place, like…

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