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Powerflush – Make your central heating more efficient and protect your boiler by powerflushing. 

Do I need a Powerflush?

Cold spots on bottom of radiators?

Takes a long time to heat up.

A number of radiators not heating up?

Boiler keeps cutting out?

Bagging noises coming from boiler or pipework?

Benefits of a powerflush.

Lower heating bills due to increased efficiency.

No cold spots on radiators.

The system heats up quicker.

No more banging noises coming from the system.

Increases the life span of the system and components.

What Is A Powerflush?

A Powerflush is the process of removing sludge and debris from your central heating system. 

If a central heating system has not been serviced and maintained, overtime, corrosion can set in and destroy your central heating system from within. The corrosion causes sludge and debris, which in-turn, causes your central heating system to clog up and components, including your boiler, to fail. 

A powerflush, using a powerflushing machine, is the process to restore your heating system and in-turn restoring its efficiency.


Flushing Radiators With Hose Pipe Vs Powerflush?

Many of my customers have asked me if they really need a powerflush, and can they not just remove the radiators and flush them out with a garden hose pipe?

Many people think that is is a good enough alternative to a powerflush. Unfortunately, its not.

Flushing the radiators out with a hose pipe does a great job at removing the loose debris within the radiator. The problem is, when a central heating system is in need of a powerflush, it is usually due to the fact that the loose debris has solidified and attached itself to the inside of the radiator. The only way to remove this solidified debris is with cleaning chemicals and hot water! Think of washing your dishes, you need heat and washing liquid.

Powerflushing also cleans out the pipework, pumps, valves and the boiler. Just flushing the radiators does not clean these components, once the system is reinstated the sludge from these components will be dragged back into the radiators. 

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