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Power Flushing

Benefits Of A Power Flush

  • 1 hour
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

A power flush can help maximise the efficiency of your boiler and central heating system. After a power flush, your heating system could be restored to nearly-new condition, without the hassle or financial expense of replacing an old, inefficient boiler. A power flush involves circulating high-strength cleansing chemicals, including a descaler, a corrosion inhibitor and a sludge breaker, throughout a central heating system in order to remove debris, rust and contaminants. The aim of a power flush is to improve system circulation and, therefore, efficiency that ultimately saves you money Power Flush Benefits After your central heating system has been flushed, you'll know the benefits straight away. Internally your heating system will be operating much more efficiently. The cleaner flow of hot water may even reduce boiler and pipe noises! Additional Power Flush Benefits Aside from the obvious cost-saving benefits of a more efficient central heating system, a power flush can help increase hot water temperatures, speed up radiator convection and provide peace of mind with less chance of boiler breakdowns. Signs You Need A Power Flush With annual boiler servicing and regular maintenance, a power flush should only be required every five years. A power flush should always be conducted before fitting a new boiler, but don't worry, we include a power flush with our boiler upgrades as standard. Any of the following could be a sign that your central heating system needs a power flush: • Inefficiency and lost heat - Poorly maintained heat systems can cause sludge, deposits, rust and debris to build up in pipes, radiators and the boiler. These blockages restrict the flow of water throughout the heating system, in some cases preventing heat from reaching all areas. This means lost heat and wasted money. • Little or no hot water - Blocked pipework and/or heat exchanger due to excess build up could also be the reason for your heating system producing little or no hot water. • Cold spots on radiators - If your radiators are cold at the bottom but hot at the top, your heating system could have a sludge problem. Cold spots are caused by the build-up on iron oxide sludge, this collects at the bottom as its heavier than water, which restricts to the flow of hot water. • Dirty water when bleeding radiators - Bleeding your radiators can help improve heat circulation and convection. However, if the water is discoloured when bleeding your radiators, this could be

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel (or rearrange) your booking, you must notify us (preferably by telephone) by the end of the working day before the scheduled booking. Cancellations made further in advance should also be made by telephone, and you should request written confirmation from us,

Contact Details


Streatham High Road SW16 1EH Streatham Wells, London, UK

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