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Question DetailsAsked on 8/28/2017

How much does it cost to Hydro Jet my kitchen drain lines with easy access to cleanout?

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Commonly $75-150 range - maybe even less in very low cost areas.


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My opinion - hydrojetting is not the cure-all - and for in-house lines (above slab/ground level) commonly routine snaking (for one-stop clogs) or conventional routing (for buildup in lines or a clog) by a plumber or drain cleaning contractor, for commonly $100 or less, does the job fine.


For DIY (assuming readily disassembled piping, not badly corroded pipes which might break) - while sometimes the lines dropping from the kitchen get built up, generally the trap and the horizontal stubout from the wall to the trap outlet (which is directly accessible once the trap is removed) is where the buildup of fiber, garbage disposal shredded food, and grease concentrates - and those lines can easily be cleaned out by disassembly and swabbing out with a paper towel on the stick or twisted paper towel (for curved pipes).

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