A power flush could be just what they need. It gets rid of cold spots on radiators and cleans your system
Does your system need a Power Flush?
If your central heating system isn’t working as efficiency as it should or suffers from the following problems it might need a power flush.
- Hot water temperature has reduced
- Your boiler overheats or shuts off
- The boiler pump becomes noisy
- Radiators develop hot spots, i.e. only the top half works or a radiators stops working
- Your heating system takes longer to heat up
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The cost for a Powerflush (includes magnet for heating system) is only £480 inc VAT
Revitalise your older central heating system
Over time sludge, oil, grease and rust can build up in the system and can lead to many problems. Power flushing cleanses the system and usually results in better performance which means your system will perform better meaning more money in your pocket. We are even happy to show you the sludge leaving your system!
Power flushing is particularly good for older systems. It is also good when you have a new boiler fitted as it will avoid sludge flowing into your new boiler. This will extend the life of a new boiler. We recommend that a power flush is carried out every seven years.
Why not give us a call for a quotation – you’ll be glad you did.
Power flush FAQs
If the system has been looked after with inhibitor being topped up yearly, most systems only need powerflushing every 5–6 years.
Depending on the size of the system being Powerflushed and any additional works that may be needed, such as fitting thermostatic radiator valves, jobs are generally completed same day.
Yes we do guarantee our work. After powerflushing we issue a certificate to confirm cleanliness and pH levels within your system conform to industry standards and that an appropriate rust inhibitor has been added.
Yes it will still be beneficial as you are putting new radiators onto the existing sludged up pipework, so after the new radiators are installed, we will flush out your system and balance all of your radiators to help you with getting the maximum efficiency out of the system.
Yes, our equipment uses less pressure than the mains water so does not risk your system and by powerflushing old systems it keeps your heating more fuel efficient.
Only if a fault already exists such as a radiator rusted through.
It is far better for an on-site engineer to deal with a leaky radiator in a controlled way than for a leak to occur randomly maybe while a house is empty during a holiday.