A Central heating power flush in Norwich & Norfolk is the number 1. way to clean and maintain a highly efficient heating system.
It’s crucial that, right throughout the year, your boiler and central heating system continues to function reliably and consistently. Wherever you live or work in Norwich or nearby, if the heating system at your home or workplace is showing signs of slowing down or not working as smooth as perhaps it used to, it may be time to consider a power flush. The best way of to achieve a clean central heating system is by carrying out a central heating system clean.
A central heating power flush is a cleansing process of your heating system using chemicals and a high velocity power flush machine. It aims to remove deposits of sludge, rust and any other debris from your central heating system. These contaminants, if left, can build up seriously affecting the efficiency of your heating system.
This could lead to severe restrictions, blockages inside radiators, pipework, central heating pumps and even the boiler itself.
Once we have visited your home or workplace in or near Norwich and carried out a power flush on your heating system, you can expect to notice numerous improvements in it.
Royal Flush Plumbing are skilled power flushing experts with the knowledge and expertise to ensure your heating system is flushed to the highest standard. We are proud members of the power flushing association. Giving our customers piece of mind they are in safe hands for us to deliver a great job.
The short answer is no, a power flush does not cause leaks. The water is pumped through at a high velocity but low pressure (2 bar) and this in itself will not cause leaks. However, if significant corrosion has occurred then the radiator may be close ‘springing a leak. The removal of debris during a power flush can expose a potential leak, but the best time for this to happen is with an engineer is on site.
You CAN power flush most microbore systems, but it may take more time than normal for the flush..
Microbore systems with 8 or 10mm tubing can sometimes have a problem with a build-up of thick sludge in sharp bends in the pipe work between the manifolds and the radiators. Consequently, it’s always a good idea to pre-treat microbore systems with a flushing chemical, such as Fernox F5, to loosen up and mobilise the corrosion debris as much as possible prior to the power flush.
Yes, you can, It is best to include the boiler in the system flush as it will cleanout the heat exchangers inside the boiler as well as the rest of the heating system. This is always the case unless you have a brand-new boiler on an old heating system, Then it would be best to leave the combi boiler out of the power flush to prevent debris getting into the components of the boiler
It is very common for the terms and conditions of Boiler Cover providers to stipulate that they will not replace parts damaged by sludge until you have had a power flush you’re your heating system.
In the long term a power flush can save you money and help the environment. See cost of power flush page for more information