Power Flush

Your local team of heating engineers!

In need of power flush services in Somerset?

Our team of professional have been in the industry for a number of years. Within this time they have been able to develop and perfect their service to be efficient and effective. Our team can be in and out of your property within the day and provide noticeable results to your heating system.

You can find out services and solutions in Minehead, Taunton, Chard, Wellington, Bridgwater, Somerton, Shepton Mallet, Weston, Yeovil, Williton, North Petherton, Glastonbury, Highbridge and throughout surrounding areas in Somerset. Take some time to learn about our power flush services in Somerset and see how you could benefit from it.

Get in touch with our team of professionals today for more information and advice.

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The Cause

Hard water can cause limescale, this is through when it is heated salt forms to line the pipes of your heating system and causing a blockage which restricts the flow of hot water.

  • Hard Water
  • Irregular Cleaning

What is Power Flushing?

Power flushing in Somerset is a process in which a number of specialist chemicals are blasted through your heating system at high pressure. In turn, this will clean and clear the pipes of your heating system and remove any blockage that may have formed.

Our team of experts have been providing power flush services in Somerset for years. Because of this, they have become incredibly efficient and can complete the service the very same day.

Will it damage my system?

No. Our power flush services in Somerset have been perfected over years of experience in the industry. Within this time, our team have never experienced any damages to pipes. This is because the main water is a higher pressure.

Can an older system be power flushed?

Our power flushing services in Somerset are completely safe. As our equipment uses a lower pressure then the mains, you will be at no risk of damage.

When to power flush?

Unfortunately, there is no straight forward answer or a set date for when your heating system will need a power flush. Our engineers do recommend that your system should be power flushed when you install a new boiler to prevent any future.

  • Cold areas on radiators
  • Dirty or brown water
  • Noisy boiler & loud bangs
  • Little or no hot water
  • inefficient boiler
  • frequent Breakdown
  • Cold radiators but hot pipes
  • Radiators constantly need bleeding

Get in touch with our team of professionals for expert advice!