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Power Flushing

The Problem
As soon as a heating system is completed and filled with water, gradual corrosion and deterioration of the system begins. The combination of water, air, a mixture of metals, and even installation debris and contaminants, can result in internal corrosion, sludge formation in areas of low flow, and scaling of boilers and heat exchangers. The end result is symptoms such as those listed below.

These problems are not inevitable, and good care and maintenance of a heating system will prevent and often cure them.
Is your heating system showing signsí of old age?
Does it take ages to heat up?
Are some radiators completely or partially cold?
Do radiators need frequent bleeding?
Strange and unpleasant noises come from the boiler?
Repeated pump failures?
Any of these symptoms could indicate that the system has circulation and flow problems as a result of internal corrosion, scale and sludge formation.

The Answer
We offer a controlled chemical cleaning service for most domestic wet central heating systems. A professional service that can chemically treat and flush clean deposits from your system, with minimal disturbance and disruption to the normal operation of the system, often without disconnecting the boiler or any radiators.

The powerful flow will dislodge and mobilize deposits and corrosion which resist traditional system cleaning methods.

Once sludge and deposits are loosened and mobilized, they are power-flushed out through a dump valve to waste, whilst fresh clean water is forced through the system to replace the contaminated water.

At the end of the flushing process, the system is full of water, and re-instatement of the system to normal operation takes only a short while.

      *subject to survey

We provide our power flushing services primarily in Hertfordshire and North London, but can also work further afield.

For further information and advice or to book an appointment please [ contact our office ].

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