Full powerflushing service for £496
We can look at your central heating system and find out if your radiators require a comprehensive clean to restore their efficiency. As professionals in powerflushing, working in Pontefract (WF7, WF8 and WF9), we operate powerflushing services across Yorkshire.
Making use of chemicals to perform a deep clean of your heating system and radiators, there are a range of possible signals that your central heating system may require a powerflushing service. If you spot any of these signs in your system, give our friendly, Pontefract customer service team a call on 0800 032 6478.
Depending on the health of your system, powerflushing usually takes a full day to complete, leaving your home warm and heated efficiently. We will always leave your home tidy and just as we found it.
Once powerflushing is completed, we recommend installing central heating filters to help prevent sludge buildup in future.
Powerflushing involves attaching a powerful pump to your central heating system. As this pump is 4-5 times more powerful than the one on your central heating system, it is able to remove sludge, which could otherwise damage the system and leave you with a home that isn't being heated as it should be. We make sure to only use high quality chemicals from Sentinal, a well respected brand.
Nationally, the cost of powerflushing typically ranges from £350 to £1,200. At Plumbcare.com, we can offer a full powerflushing service for £496. This includes all labour and chemical costs for deep cleaning up to 11 radiators in your home. Additional radiators are charged at £39 each.
If you’d like further information about our powerflushing service, contact our helpful team. We operate around Pontefract and across the Yorkshire area.
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