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We offer reactive heating services as well as planned repairs and new installations.
If you have a leaking radiator valve, faulty heating controls, system pressure issues, sludge build up, faulty motorised valves, system airlock or faulty pump our team are experienced and on hand to help.
It is important to have your boiler and cylinder serviced annually to ensure they are working safety and efficiently. Servicing the boiler and cylinder will increase longevity and ensure manufacturers guarantees will remain valid.
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When is the last time your system has had a powerflush?
If your system has not had a powerflush within the last few years sludge and debris will build up in the system which will not only cause circulation issues but will block the boiler and pipework over time. Having a powerflush is vital when installing a new boiler.
How Does a Powerflush Work?
An engineer will connect a pump to your central heating system. If it’s a Combi it will be connected at the pump head but if it’s a System boiler it will be connected at the circulation pump. This pump will push special chemicals through the pipes, boiler and radiators.
This includes a chemical that will remove sludge and rust, a descaler to remove lime scale and corrosion inhibitor to help prevent future rust from forming. The engineer will collect and dispose of any contaminated water, debris or particles that they remove from the system.
The engineer may also use special tools on the exterior of the radiator to dislodge stubborn blockages.
The whole process can last anything from 6-12 hours depending on the number of radiators in your home, the age of the system and the severity of the sludge in the system.
Benefits of a Powerflush
- Ensures your boiler manufacturer guarantee remains valid
- Ensures sludge doesn’t block the new boiler pipework and parts
- Radiators will heat up quicker
- Radiators will get hotter
- Quieter radiators/boiler
- More energy efficient system = cheaper energy bills
- Higher hot water temperatures
- More reliable system
- Increase the life of your system