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Hydro Jetting Company

If you have a stubborn clog, call PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains for expert hydro jetting and drain cleaning services at 843-417-0017.

At PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains, we know how frustrating drain clogs can be. We’re a family-owned and operated plumbing company that proudly serves Myrtle Beach, SC. Whether drain cleaning, system installations, repiping, or general plumbing services, you can count on us for guaranteed satisfaction and a job done right the first time.

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Client Testimonials
Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
Client Testimonials
Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
  • Elvenor J.
    “I am very pleased with our complete bathroom rehab. Ray Imes did meticulous work, kept us informed during the process, was very congenial, did amazing cleanup, kept us informed of the schedule, and did amazing custom work that resulted in a beautiful bathroom with a walk-in shower. I highly recommend Plumbsure Plumbing & Drains.”
    Elvenor J.
  • Kelly K.
    “Amazing response time and quality of work! Raymond was very professional and knowledgeable and taught me some things throughout his time fixing our issue.”
    Kelly K.
  • Paul L.
    “Ray managed to squeeze me in the same afternoon that my home warranty company contacted him about fixing my leaking disposal. He quickly diagnosed the problem and replaced my disposal in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed! While he was here, he patiently answered all of my questions. Five stars!”
    Paul L.

When to Hire a Hydro Jetting Company

When it comes to drain cleaning, there are a few different methods that plumbers can use.

One of the most effective drain-cleaning methods is hydro jetting. This involves high-pressure water to blast away debris or buildup in your drains. Hydro jetting is often used for clogged drains, as it can quickly and easily remove any blockages. However, it’s essential to know when to call a plumber for hydro jetting drain cleaning, as professionals should only use this method. Here are a few signs that you should call a plumber for hydro jetting drain cleaning:

  • Your drains are frequently clogged – If you find that your drains are constantly getting blocked, it may be time to call in a professional. Hydro jetting can remove built-up debris and help to prevent future blockages.
  • You’ve tried other methods, but they haven’t worked – If you’ve attempted to unclog your drains yourself or with another technique but haven’t had any success, it’s time to call in the professionals. Hydro jetting is often the best solution for stubborn blockages.
  • You have a severe blockage – If a significant clog is causing flooding or other damage, it’s essential to call a professional immediately. Hydro jetting can quickly and effectively remove even the most stubborn blockages.

Hydro jetting isn’t suitable for all clogs, but if you’re dealing with something drain cleaners and home remedies can’t solve, call the pros at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains and see if our hydro jetting services can help.

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Common Causes of Drain Clogs

Most of us have had to deal with clogged drains; they’re part and parcel of home ownership. And while they can be a pain in the you-know-what, it helps to know why they happen so you can prevent them. Here are the most common causes of clogged drains.


Grease is the primary culprit for clogged kitchen drains. Many people treat the drain as a garbage can and put food waste down instead of in the trash or a compost pile. The problem with grease is that it hardens as it cools and clogs piles like cholesterol clogs arteries. To prevent kitchen clogs, pour grease and food scraps into the trash.


In the bathroom, hair causes most clogs. Long strands of hair flow into the drain and stick to soap residue, eventually growing into a stringy, sticky mess that's difficult to remove. To prevent this, use a mesh drain cover, scrape the hair, and put it in the trash.

Non-Flushable Items

Another common cause of clogs in the bathroom is non-flushable items. Like the kitchen sink, many people treat the toilet like a garbage disposal, flushing items like paper towels, cotton balls, diapers, feminine hygiene products, and "flushable" wipes, all of which should go into the garbage.

Many people in the United States have hard water in their houses. Hard water means the water has a high mineral content, and while it's not dangerous to your health, the minerals can wreak havoc with your plumbing by building up and clogging. To reduce the buildup, consider adding a water softener or schedule routine drain cleaning as preventative maintenance.

Whether you need hydro jetting services or general plumbing repair, trust the professionals at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains.

Call 843-417-0017.