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Drain & Hydrojetting Services

Don’t let clogged drains disrupt your day! Reach out to Peterson Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Drains at (970) 399-7063 for swift, high-quality drain cleaning solutions in Grand Junction, CO, and surrounding areas.

Our skilled team is ready to tackle any blockage, ensuring your plumbing system functions smoothly and efficiently. Regular maintenance is key to preventing major plumbing issues, so let our experts provide the care your drains need to keep them clear year-round.

Drain Services

  • Main Drain Lines
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Hydro Jetting
  • Floor Drains
  • Kitchen Drains
  • Shower & Tub Drains
  • Camera Inspection
  • Spot Repair
  • Sewer Replacement
  • Cleanout Installation

The main drain is the central line that drains all waste from your home. Peterson Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Drains cleans and clears roots, buildup, and debris from the line to ensure the line is functioning properly.

With an inspection of the sewer line, we can verify the line’s condition and function and provide you with a personalized maintenance plan. This will help you save time and money and avoid an untimely backup or obstruction.

Basement floor drains are important because they will drain water in the event of a flood. These do not get used very often, so years of debris and scale can restrict the drain function. We clean and test these drains to ensure they are properly functioning.

Kitchen drains can have years of food particles, grease, and sludge buildup and can clog up. With routine maintenance and cleaning, we can keep the line clear, functional, and draining properly.

Shower and tub drains. Dirt, hair, soap, and other debris can cause blockages in your drainpipe over time, preventing the drains from flowing effectively. If your drain is overflowing, or doesn’t drain as it should, give us a call for a drain cleaning or blockage removal.

Camera inspections for homeowners, commercial property owners, new home buyers, home inspectors, realtors, and property management companies will reveal the pipes you can’t see underground.

Hydro-jetting the lines can remove years of buildup on the pipe walls allowing the line to drain faster and more efficiently.  This deep cleaning can remove a larger number of roots than traditional cabling and allow for a longer period between cleanings.

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Hydro-jetting Services From The Professionals

It’s a common misconception that a clogged drain or pipe can be unclogged simply by using a plunger or plumber’s snake. Many recurring clogs are the result of issues deeper within your pipes, where grease, dirt, hair, and debris can build up and solidify to the point where simple tools just won’t cut it. That’s why we offer hydrojetting: a service that scrapes years of built-up grime from your pipes, leaving them clear and working properly.

How Does This Process Work?

Hydrojetting is a form of high-pressure drain cleaning that involves spraying water at up to 4,000 psi into your clogged and backed-up pipes. The intense water pressure can break even the most stubborn clogs apart, leaving your plumbing system clean and flowing freely.

This technique is the best way to tackle pipes that have years of accumulated grease and buildup and can even break apart tree roots that may have infiltrated and begun clogging the system.

How is This Process Beneficial?

One of the significant benefits of this process is that it won’t damage the inside of your pipes, but it will clear the inside of the pipe of anything that may be blocking the flow of water.

Our residential customers in Grand Junction, CO often come to us for this professional service when their sinks and tubs are draining slowly, and the clogs keep reappearing even after treatment using a plunger or plumber’s snake.

Many restaurants, hotels, and businesses also choose to work with us to help maintain their pipes and keep their water flowing, and to ensure that a clogged drain or backed-up sewer line doesn’t prevent them from running their business.

Do You Need Hydrojetting?

Only a professional inspection can help you determine if you require this service or not, which is why it’s best to contact our Peterson Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Drains specialist the moment you notice your drains aren’t working as they normally do.

Is your sewer or drain backed up? We can help! Just give us a call today and we will dispatch one of our expert plumbers to your door.

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Plumbing FAQS

If you’ve never shut off the water to your home, you probably don’t know where to locate your main water shut-off valve. This piece of information is important to have, since you may need to shut off your water in a hurry during an emergency.

If you experience a burst pipe or need to make repairs to a leak, shutting off the water to the house may be the first logical step. If you are going to be out of town, it’s also a good idea to shut off the water to ensure your home is flood-free when you return. Call us today for a Courtesy Plumbing Inspection and we will show you the location and tag it for you.

In order to maximize the life span of your water heater, you should always follow proper maintenance scheduling and fix any problems immediately. Drain your water heater at least once a year for the best results. A water heater could last you anywhere between 5-12 years depending on usage and maintenance.

Usually, drains are clogged because people are not careful of what they put in them, especially in the kitchen. Other drains, like in the bathroom, get clogged because of the oil residue from soaps, shampoos and hair. It is recommended that you are conscious of what you put down your drains and treat them regularly with a professional grade drain cleaner.

On rare occasions, your toilet will begin to bubble when you drain the bathtub. This happens when your septic tank is full or when roots have punctured plumbing pipes underground. Call us and we can camera the line to see what is causing this.

Drain cleaners are usually very toxic, not a good thing to keep around the home, especially if you have children or pets. These toxic chemicals also have a negative effect on your pipes, causing deterioration from the inside out. When this happens, the drains lines will need to be replaced. There are various products on the market that contain “friendly” bacteria and enzymes. These work great for keeping drain sludge and grease from building up on the pipes. For serious clogs give us a call.

Have you noticed an unpleasant odor drifting through your home? You didn’t burn dinner. You just cleaned the house. Still, for some reason, your home smells like the sewer. You can try to cover up the stench with scented candles, but this probably isn’t the best solution. This smell is typically caused by one of three reasons:

Sewer trap plugs. Missing or loose sewer trap plugs are the most common cause of indoor sewer smell. Your sewer access pit contains a house trap. This is a U-shaped piece that traps water to serve as a barrier between the city sewer and your home. If the plug on this trap is poorly fitted or gone entirely, public sewer odor can travel into your home. 

Dried trap. If the water in the U-trap has dried up, it no longer acts as a barrier to the sewer odor. Run some water into the trap to recreate the barrier. This should eliminate the odor.

City sewer. Is the odor coming from outside? A sewer smell outdoors can indicate the city sewer is experiencing major plumbing problems, not your home. However, if the smell persists, it may be due to the drains from your house. Give us a call and we can determine your sewer smell.

Often, walls and flooring hide small leaks, making them undetectable. The first detectable sign might be when the water finds its way through the floor into the light fixture. If this happens, you have a leak somewhere nearby. This is a common plumbing emergency. Take the following steps to correct it.

Don’t touch it. Do not touch the light fixture or try to drain the water from it. Avoid using the fixture’s switch, too. Remember, water and electricity are not friends.

Cut the power. Instead of turning off the light, go directly to your home’s breaker box and shut off the power.

Cut the water. If you find the source of the water, such as an overflowing sink or washing machine, shut off the water supply there. If you aren’t sure where the source is, turn off the water supply at your home’s main shut-off valve and call us.

Is laundry day starting to sound like a percussion band? Modern appliances often work so quickly they cause pipes to jerk as the water pressure changes. If the pipes are not fastened tightly, they may move around and cause banging noises. If this banging continues, it can wear out the pipes and cause damage. It’s also very annoying to listen to.

To prevent the pipes from banging, you can do one of three things:

Locate the pipes making the noise and add pipe straps to hold them in place. You can find these at any store that sells plumbing supplies.

If you are unable to access the pipes, you can install water hammer arrestors. These shock absorbers cushion the change in water pressure, so the pipes don’t jerk and bang.

You can call us to investigate the problem and find a solution for you.

High water pressure—that is, pressure over 65 psi, or pounds per square inch—is too hard on your home’s internal pipes and fittings. If your home has high water pressure, there will be signs indicating the pressure is too high. It is important to pay attention to these signs so you can remedy the problem before the high-water pressure ends up damaging your home’s pipes, water heater, toilets or shutoff valve. Symptoms of high-water pressure in a house include:

A knocking, banging or hammering noise coming from the pipes when you turn on a faucet in the house (this is known as a “water hammer”).

Leaky faucets.

Irregular water pressure in your showers and sinks, or water that comes out in spurts.

Water-using appliances that fail prematurely, such as a water heater, clothes washing machine or a dishwasher with an unusually short lifespan.

Toilets that run constantly or in cycles, even when they aren’t in use.

If you suspect you have symptoms of high-water pressure in your house give us a call today to test your pressure and give you a solution.

Our Promise

Peterson Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Drains is committed to providing Grand Junction and surrounding areas the best service possible. We guarantee quality workmanship and value for all your home comfort and maintenance needs. Your satisfaction is our top priority, and our expert technicians and staff guarantee friendly and professional interactions, transparent pricing, written warranties on all our systems and products, and fast and reliable service, every time.

For satisfaction-guaranteed service, call today at 970-399-7063! Enjoy the best value in plumbing, heating, and cooling in Grand Junction, CO and the surrounding areas.