Franklin County Plumbing Company Updates Service Roster with Hi-Pressure Jetting

Locally owned Columbus Plumbing company expands services to include High Pressure Water Jetting, which addresses main causes of drain line blockages including grease, sludge, sand & debris.

Columbus, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A Sterling Plumbing and Drain, an Ohio-based full-service plumbing business providing fast and affordable solutions for both residential and commercial customers, has updated its service roster to include hi-pressure jetting, enabling the company’s experts to address the main causes of drain line blockages such as grease, sludge, sand and debris. A Sterling has been providing its Ohio customer base with exceptional services since 2004, tackling projects from Reynoldsburg to Gahanna, Grove City, Upper Arlington and all of Franklin County.

“Grease, sludge, sand and debris are the main causes of drain line blockages, and our water jetting service helps clear this sediment by penetrating and emulsifying grease, breaking up sludge and debris, pulverizing roots, cutting out hardened scale and flushing out the system,” says Sterling Boggs, owner of A Sterling Plumbing Sewer and Drain. “Cable machines are used to remove tree roots and break through solid obstructions, but these tactics are less effective in removing softer blockages such as grease, scale and other buildup; for these situations, a quality water jetting service is recommended.”

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According to A Sterling experts like Boggs, jetting is an efficient, economical and environmentally safe way to clean drain and sewer pipes via the use of state-of-the-art pumps and flexible hoses. During the procedure, water is propelled under varying amounts of pressure into the sewer line, while a special nozzle mounted on the end of a heavy-duty hose utilizes an array of forward and reverse water jets. These jets direct very powerful concentrated streams of water all the way to the pipe walls, ultimately breaking through even the toughest blockages and buildup and thoroughly cleaning the pipes.

A Sterling representatives say that it’s commercial establishments like restaurants that benefit greatly from such enhanced pressure jetting, as they typically require frequent services to remove mineral deposits, grease buildup, sludge and debris that accumulate in the lines. “Clogs can cause downtime, and downtime in any industry equates to lost customers and revenue,” adds Boggs.

While some businesses require just one or two cleanings annually, others benefit from monthly and quarterly cleanings, which is why A Sterling suggests customers set up a scheduled program for their water jetting service to keep their drains flowing freely.

In addition to jetting, A Sterling offers a myriad of plumbing services in the areas of drain cleaning, sewer camera inspection/sewer video camera applications, water heaters, sump pumps, commercial plumbing, gas pressure testing, gas line repair, water line repair, sewer line repair, rooter service, kitchen plumbing, bathroom plumbing, garbage disposals, bathtubs and showers, plumbing re-piping, plumbing valve replacement, slab leak locate and repair, appliance relocation, kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, new construction and general plumbing repairs.

As a licensed, bonded and insured business, A Sterling offers free estimates and 24/7 emergency service in addition to fast same- and next-day response.

“When prospective clients are Googling with keywords such as quality plumber near me, it never takes long to stumble upon Ohio’s preferred plumbers, A Sterling,” concludes Boggs.

A Sterling Plumbing Sewer and Drain is located at 3555 Groveport East Road in Columbus, Ohio and can be reached by calling (614) 332-6656. For more information visit their website linked above.

Contact Info:
Name: Sterling Boggs
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Organization: A Sterling Plumbing Sewer & Drain
Address: 3555 Groveport East Rd, Columbus, OH 43207, United States
Phone: +1-614-332-6656

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937857

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