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WHY DOES MY CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
NEED A POWERFLUSH?
COLD LUKE WARM RADIATORS
are one of the symptoms that you have a problem with your central heating system and a professional powerflush off your central heating system will solve this problem. We use the latest Kamco professional equipment and fully trained.
SLOW HEATING RESPONSE
is one of the symptoms you need a powerflush on your central heating system, this is usually spotted when radiators take a long period if time to heat up or you dont get the heat out of them required, call us for free advice.
If you are hearing strange noises coming from your central heating pump, surges grating then this is a clear sign that your pump is struggling and becoming blocked with sludge then a powerflush is wise and can save the cost of replacing the pump.
One of the signs that sludge and debris is building up is weird noises coming from the boiler, bangs and sudden surges can be heard if so then an inspection and powerflush of the system will solve this and be cheaper than a new boiler!
POOR HOT WATER
If you are finding that when you turn the tap on fully it’s running cold for a long period of time or goes cold when fully open then a powerflush is of benefit as this is a sign that the boiler is having a problem creating hot water.
Another common problem is the central heating system pipes get clogged up with sludge and debris.Below is a more detailed diagram showing symptons which indicate a central heating system that can benefit from a power flush, were all for educating our clients so they know what they should look for.
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Why Choose us
for your Powerflushing Central Heating Systems in the North West?
Expertise You Can Trust
With years of experience, we have been doing this since 1999 and are fully trained on the latest specific machines like Kamco which is designed specifically for the safe power flushing of central heating systems so we know how to restore your system’s efficiency.
Energy Efficiency Matters
We care about your comfort and your wallet. A powerflush from us can save you money on your energy bills by making your system work efficiently, so you get the warmth you need without wasting energy.
Regular powerflushing isn’t just about heating efficiency; it’s about prolonging the life of your central heating system. By removing corrosion and build-up, we help you avoid costly repairs and replacements. Think of it like a car service, if you try and run the same oil since the day you buy the car it will eventually cause you a major headache and expense.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
This all depends on the size of your system i.e. number of radiators. To give you a good price it’s best to have a chat with us as we need to ask questions to get you a clear definitive answer.
I was asked on my last power flush job last week if most customers leave the flushing until winter time, well to be honest they do was my reply
but that really is not the ideal time to flush the system, the last two winters have been terrible with many heating systems going down if I’m going to give any good advice on this subject I would say sooner than later, apart from anything else when the weather is warmer generally the system will be free and moving,
I personally would not wait until it gets cold! As that’s when the majority of people do then you could be waiting days to get someone to look at it. So avoid the rush hour in life where ever possible.
Also, start your system and run it up during summer, think of it like a car, if you dont start it up now and then it just won’t want to start at all eventually and that will be when you need it!
Possible reasons: Thermostat issues, power supply problems, pilot light or ignition failure, or a malfunctioning control system.
Possible reasons: Incorrect thermostat settings, dirty or clogged filters, air in the system, or a malfunctioning heating element.
Possible reasons: Air trapped in the system, loose components, or pump problems.