Powerflushing, based in Leicestershire
Based in the East Midlands? Get in touch with our engineers so we can powerflush your central heating system. We cover all of Leicestershire, including Mountsorrel, Rothley, Quorn, Sileby, Cossington, Loughborough, Leicester, Coalville, Whitwick, Ibstock, Long Whatton, East Leake, West Leake, Swadlincote, Moira, Donington, Groby, Rushey mead and also cover Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire.
What is a powerflush?
No matter how modern the boiler might be, as it functions, it will leave deposits of rust, sludge or other debris throughout the central heating system. The issue? Deposits in the system like the above can lead to excessive noise, decreased efficiency levels and can also lead to further damage of the boiler and other components of the central heating system. The solution? A powerflush.
A powerflush sees water injected through the central heating system at high velocity to remove any rust, sludge or other debris that might otherwise be infiltrating/affecting the system. As part of our service, we use magnaclean and fernox omega filters and also add powerful cleansing and mobilising agents so we can further improve the cleansing process. Powerflushing is hassle-free, there’s no mess and at the end, your system is left with fresh clean water. Also, the results of a powerflush are long-lasting, meaning you shouldn't need another one for at least a few years.
See below to find out if you're due a powerflush by us in the East Midlands...
Are you due a powerflush?
Look out for these signs...
- Radiators are taking their time to heat or are failing to heat entirely
- The boiler is making loud banging noises
- Black or brown sludgy water can be found in the heating system
- A magnet can stick to the copper pipework, indication of rust!
The process of a powerflush
First of all, we'll connect the pump into the heating system wherever is most practical. Once switched on, the powerful flow, combined with instantaneous flow reverse device, will dislodge and mobilise deposits and corrosion which resist traditional system cleaning methods. Once the corrosion and sludge deposits have been loosened and mobilised, clean fresh water is forced through the heating system, pushing the contaminated water out through the pump's drain to waste. During this process, radiators are individually flushed, without removing or disconnecting them from the system, by directing the full output of the pump through each radiator separately.
Once that's done, your home's heating system should be almost as good as new!
Contact us for a powerflush
To get in touch for a powerflush in the East Midlands, you can fill out our contact form or give us a call on 0116 359 3100. We'll look forward to hearing from you soon.