Power flushing can dramatically improve the efficiency of your existing central heating and is approved by the Chartered Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineers.
The process works by removing the sludge, rust and other deposits that build up over time and limit the efficiency of your heating system. If you are unsure whether your heating system needs a power flush or if you would like advise on whether a power flush could benefit your existing heating system, then please get in touch and we can arrange a survey and inspection of your heating system.
How to tell if your heating system needs a power flush
Power flushing can help to improve most existing central heating systems, especially if your system is old or in need of a service. Your heating system could benefit from a power flush if you are getting cold areas on radiators, excessive noise from the boiler or the heating system pump.
Please remember that these can be indicative of other work that needs carrying out and are usually a sign that a power flush should be considered, but might not necessarily be the best course of action for you. However, we do recommend power flush treatment if you are connecting a new replacement boiler to an existing heating system, as power flushing can remove any build up in the existing heating system and helps to prevent any damage to the internal pipework of your new boiler system.
How our Power Flush Service works
Our power flush service is simple in terms of the process. Essentially we are looking to restore your central heating system back to full health by cleaning out the pipework, radiators and improving the efficiency of the entire system.
We do this by connecting a specialist pumping unit to your central heating system and using strong cleaning chemicals to flush out everything in the system. These chemicals are extremely effective at removing everything from sludge, rust, limesale and anything else that might be blocking your system. We then flush the chemicals through to ensure that your heating system is clean, safe to use and restored back to good health.
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