Storm drain cleaning using hydrojetting is widely sought after by Southwest Florida businesses and residents because of how very effective it is in clearing out the area’s vital water runoff system. In fact, it is the most effective drain cleaning method to clear a storm drain clog.

A fully functional residential or commercial drainage system depends on the owner following a regular maintenance schedule. This involves semi-annual or annual video camera storm drain inspections and storm drain hydrojetting.

Storm drains are often referred to as area drains, surface drains, or rain drains. Whatever you call it, the principle function is the same: to collect storm rainwater runoff from a surface area location and carry it underground to a main branch line. This main line in turn carries the water to an exit location like a street, roadway curb or swale.

We hydrojet every type of storm drain:

  • Parking lot drains
  • Driveway drains
  • Gutter drains
  • Street drains
  • Sidewalk drains
  • Lawn drains
  • Patio drains
  • Deck drains
  • Pool area drains
  • Garden area drains (planter drains)

All residential or commercial storm drains are made from plastic, steel or brass and installed 1′ to 3′ underground by slope staking. They vary between 3″ to 24″ in diameter and can be square or round. Each storm drain also comes equipped with a catch basin that is protected by a grate. Unfortunately the catch basin can become clogged from small debris falling through its grating. Tree leaves and branches, rocks and sand, rodents and reptiles can accumulate along the entire length of the line and cause problems.

The jetter’s tiny pin holes spray water at thousands of pounds of pressure per second. The jetter’s back and forth motion pulls itself down the entire length of the main branch line. Hydrojetting clears away tree root and debris clogs so the line can drain water properly.

If you have clogged storm drains, give the professional Cape Coral plumbers at Avis Plumbing & Air Conditioning a call at (239) 542-4421.

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One Response Comment

  • Ian Fetigan  April 21, 2016 at 8:24 am

    Is it possible to have you come out and look at a storm drain that we appear to have blockage in. We are in Englewood, FL.

    Ian

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