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Central Heating Power Flush

Central heating systems can become sludged up over time, this is due to untreated water corroding the various metals within the system, this is usually the radiators themselves. A sludged up central heating system can lose up to 70% efficiency and cost a lot more to run!

If your radiators have developed cold spots or aren’t getting as warm as they used to then chances are you have a build up of sludge in your heating system. This caused the waterways within the radiators to become clogged or blocked¬†completely which results in poor water flow and reduced efficiency. If left untreated your heating system may also develop leaks in the future.

Before central heating Power Flushradiators not getting warm


A central heating power flush completely cleans your central heating system from any sludge and contaminants. We flush your system and then use a cleansing agent, Your system is then flushed again and then filled with clean water and a corrosion inhibitor to prevent further corrosion and sludge build up. Your heating will now work at optimum efficiency reducing your heating bill by up to 50%.
A Power flush and  inhibitor treatment on a typical 6 radiator heating system costs £450.00 Reg Plumb perform central heating power flushes in all areas of the Wirral. Call us for more details.

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