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Drain Jetting & Cleaning

When the most stubborn clogs blockade your drains, we bring out our heavy artillery: our Drain Jetting & Cleaning system. Using the power of pressurized water, our professional-grade technology annihilates even the most tenacious drain clogs. Call us 24/7 for heavy-duty drain clog help.

Emergency Drain Jetting & Cleaning

Your toilets won’t flush and your sinks and showers won’t drain—that’s the definition of an emergency. For powerful no-mess relief, you need a Benjamin Franklin plumber armed with our drain jetting & cleaning system. Just think of it as a power washer for your drains! Our pressurized drain jetting will clear your clogged drains — guaranteed!

Drain Jetting & Cleaning No-Mess Experience

Our Drain Jetting & Cleaning system does the dirty job without making mess. Less sophisticated drain clearing methods may involve dragging the clog up through the drain and hauling it out by hand. Since Benjamin Franklin Plumbing is the only local provider with this high-power solution, giving us a call is the only way to have the most effective, no-mess drain cleaning experience.

Prevent Clogs with Drain Jetting & Cleaning

Every major clog that blocks your drain started out as a minor buildup of grease, hair, soap scum, and other biological material. Our Drain Jetting & Cleaning system can be used to blast debris out of your pipes – ensuring you never experience the inconvenience of a clogged drain. Also, check out our protection plans to make the cleanest drains possible a guarantee.

Soap, Bath Bombs, & Other Surprising Drain Clog Hazards

Did you know shower products can cause drain clogs? The products you use everyday could be causing more damage than you think. See the surprising results.Read More
Root blocked sewer line

10 Signs of a Broken Sewer Line

By learning the signs of a sewer line issue, you’ll be able to identify when a sewer line repair is needed.Read More
Brown Rusty Water

What to Do If You Have Rusty Water in Your Home

Does your water look cloudy orange or reddish in color? Is your tap water leaving a reddish-brown residue in sinks? Chances are, your water heater tank or house pipes are rusty. While it does not look appealing, the EPA reports that rust in water does not cause any immediate health concerns. However, any sign of rust […]Read More