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Drain Jetting Manchester

What is a

Drain Jetting?

Drain jetting uses specialised equipment and water at high pressures to clear and clean drains. It can be used for;

  • Breaking up and removing blockages in a drain

  • The high pressure also means that it can be used for cutting roots that have invaded the drain

  • An effective alternative to chemical methods for removing contaminants on the inside of the drainage pipe such as grease, oils and fats which are the primary culprits for starting a blockage

When should I

Jet My Drains?

Regularly cleaning drains is like maintaining anything in your day to day, it is an effective preventative measure against blocked drains and the associated costs of fixing them.


Typically, we would recommend having drain jetting done twice a year in Spring and Autumn due to falling leaves and high rain fall during these times.

If you are currently having problems with slow clearing drains, then you should contact us at once so that we can identify the problem and provide the best solution.

Who is


Drains that serve solely your property, are your responsibility to maintain and repair.

Any shared drain services are the responsibility of your utility company

We are a Water Industry Approved Plumber (WIAPS) based in Manchester with over 15 years of experience in drain maintenance so if you’re unsure if you’re responsible, contact us and we’ll be happy to advise.

We also offer a 24-hour call out service for emergencies so if you need urgent assistance, please call Ray on 07753 259 174

Can I jet wash the drains myself?
Drain Jetting
Safety Concerns

We would not recommend this. Firstly the equipment used for drain jetting forces the water out at extremely high pressures, far higher than what would use for washing your car. Whilst safe for use in drains, these high pressures can be harmful to people.



It should also be noted that while some problems with drains can be fixed by yourself, not all problems are obvious or easy to identify leading to incorrect solutions used which in some cases may cause more problems.

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