Hydro Jetting / Water Jetting in Austin, TX

Clear Debris From Your Drains With Hydro Jet Cleaning

Your home’s drains will naturally slow down as soap scum, grease, hair, and debris build up and cause clogging. When clogging occurs, hydro jetting can be used to clear debris and other obstructions from your home’s drains and restore them to like-new conditions. If your drains are taking long to empty, contact the plumbing team at Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing to learn more about our hydro jet cleaning services. 

  • Drain Cleaning
  • Drain Repair
  • Hydro Jetting
  • Water Jetting

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Fully Insured & Licensed

Our drain cleaning professionals are fully insured for your protection and peace of mind. This includes general liability and worker’s compensation.

Dependable & Experienced

Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing has served the Austin area since 1954. We pride ourselves on being there for your drain cleaning needs.

100% Guarantee

We guarantee our customers will be 100% satisfied with their water jetting service. If you are not entirely satisfied, give us a call, and we’ll make things right.

Austin Hydro Jetting Services

What is Hydro Jetting?

Hydro jetting, or hydro jet cleaning, is a type of drain cleaning that helps clear drains of debris. Unlike chemical cleaners that can corrode your pipes and result in expensive drain repair, hydro jetting is gentle but effective. During a hydro jet cleaning, our Austin drain experts will insert a thin hose with a 360° nozzle into your home’s pipes. The hose will then release highly-pressurized water into your plumbing, propelling itself around your entire plumbing system and removing debris and unclogging your pipes along the way.

In addition to cleaning debris from your drains, water jetting can also:

  • Clear obstructions caused by roots, silt, and sand
  • Eliminate odors caused by the accumulation of bacteria
  • Speed up the drain cleaning process
  • Prevent the need for drilling holes to treat pipes

When To Use Hydro Jetting

At Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, we recommend hydro jetting when other drain cleaning methods may be harmful or ineffective. Chemical drain cleaners, for example, can damage your home’s pipes, and plumbing snakes may not reach deeply enough into your pipes. Certain types of clogs can potentially still return shortly after cleaning. Water jetting, on the other hand, can eliminate clogs entirely, even when these are caused by stubborn grease, fat, oil, or obstructive tree roots.

Some indications that your home’s drains may need hydro jetting include:

  • Slow-draining sinks, showers, or bathtubs
  • Unpleasant odors coming from sinks or drains
  • Toilet that backs up instead of flushing
  • Gurgling noises coming from drains
  • Soggy or foul-smelling spots on your lawn

If you believe your Austin home’s drains and pipes are clogged, contact Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing to schedule service at a time that fits your schedule! Our technicians can conduct a comprehensive camera inspection of your plumbing system to see if the issue is a clog, or something more serious, such as a broken or collapsed pipe. If the issue is merely a clog, we’ll let you know what your drain cleaning options are and provide you with an estimate before moving forward. If necessary, we can then begin the hydro jetting process with our state-of-the-art equipment and leave your drains almost as good as new!


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Drain Clearing Only $87

Up to $32 in savings. Main house drain clearing will be an additional fee.

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10% Off Any Plumbing Repair

Maximum discount of $250.

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$99 water heater flush

*$149 Tankless Water Heater Flush

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