Now I ask your input on some procedure quoted to me by Plumber A as "Hydrojet". Supposed to clean around the interior pipe rather than snake a hole though it (my unscientific interpretation!).
Just checked with Plumber B who snaked my line in *Feb*. Clogged up in *Ju ly*. Plumber B snaked it again.
Two days later, had major work in bathroom done by Plumber A. Kitchen clog ged up again *5 days later.* I was afraid something got stuck in there fro m bathroom work by Plumber B. I've been letting kitchen water run into dri veway; afraid to investigate whose "fault" it is if anyone, and how to fix problem.
Called Plumber A. They said no chance anything stuck in line; they do not converge. Recommended Hydrojet. They haven't followed through as promised . End of THEM!
Called Plumber B (snaker). He said in 25 years he had rarelu of ever used Hydrojet. He is coming over to see. Says sometimes 2 snakings needed.
If a kitchen snake job can seize up IN A FEW DAYS doesn't that mean somethi ng is radically wrong? Esp. if it was snaked in Feb, then again in July? Normally over [censored] years, I've only had to have it snaked every few Y EARS!
Who is scamming me, if anybody?
Does anyone agree with Plumber B (snaker) that Hydrojet is not often needed ?
Sorry for the length, but I have family coming in 2 days and I don't want t hem to see mess in driveway.
Any input welcome.