Rocket Plumbing Announces New Drain Cleaning Tool in Chicago And Dupage County

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rocket Plumbing, a plumbing service with locations in and around the Chicago area, is pleased to announce that they have purchased a Picote Solutions Super Midi Miller that will allow them to add additional advanced options for their drain cleaning and maintenance solutions.

While most plumbing companies are limited to offering snaking or rootering, Rocket Plumbing has been investing in superior drain cleaning technology for the ever present demand for sewer drain repairs Rocket Plumbing recently has become a Chicago market leader in Hydro Jetting Drain Cleaning solutions, and is broadening their offerings with the new acquisition of Picote Solutions technology.

The Picote Solutions Super Midi Miller differs with Hydro Jet technology in that instead of using water pushed through the sewer drain line at 3,000 pounds of pressure per square inch, it uses a rotating line sheathed in a casing with various cleaning attachments on the end to clear debris. These modular attachments can vary greatly from steel chains, blades, to plastic gears. Brian McMahon, proprietor of Rocket Plumbing stated, “Not all blockages of a sewer drain are alike. While our Hydro Jet handles most blockages, some blockages like tree roots for instance, require something to cut wood fiber material. These modular attachments for the Picote machine provide our plumbers with better tools for specific blockage issues. This tool will result in quicker repairs that are safe for sewer drain pipes, and extend their life. And of course, that will save money and shorten the downtime of an inoperable sewer line for our customers.”

Picote Solutions is a global manufacturer of trenchless drain cleaning tools with facilities in Finland, the U.K. and the USA. McMahon added “Most plumbing companies are still not even aware of Picote’s drain cleaning tools. At Rocket Plumbing, we seek out new technology that provides ease of use, better long term value, and of course time saving solutions that make a plumbing emergency easier to tackle for both our technicians and customers, alike. We have already seen our Picote machine generate these benefits in the short time we have been using it. I give the tool my highest recommendation.”

People looking for a Drain Cleaning service, or drain cleaning in Chicago and surrounding suburbs like Downer’s Grove, Lombard, and Westmont have increasingly turned to Rocket Plumbing. The company has established a positive reputation through their reliable and first in class plumbing services, as can be seen in the positive reviews left on a number of review sites. Bryson B. stated in a Yelp review, “We had a major plumbing issue at our office. People were needing to use local store bathrooms. Thankfully the great guys at Rocket came through. The plumber was professional and prompt. I love these guys!”

Another review, this one from Clifton D. stated, “Rocket Plumbing is an outstanding business. They're respectful, honest and friendly. I had a pipe freeze and they were there promptly and assessed the situation honestly. They were clean and organized. It's really hard knowing where to go to get a great plumber. I won't only be using them again in the future, I would highly recommend them to anyone.”

For a reliable Drain Cleaning Service in Chicago, contact Rocket Plumbing. The company is fully equipped to deal with any number of issues with cutting edge specialized equipment and highly trained licensed plumbing professionals.

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For more information about Rocket Plumbing, contact the company here:

Rocket Plumbing
Brian McMahon
7732191200
contact@rocketplumbingnow.com
3105 N. Ashland Avenue Chicago, IL 60657

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