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If your central heating system needs a power flush then Flush Radiators are here to help. A build up of sludge and debris in your system could be causing your boiler a lot of trouble and this in turn means trouble for you. When you decide to power flush your system you are making the decision to have a much more cost and energy efficient home.

A central heating system power flush is a procedure that you should opt to have in your home between every five and ten years. However if you notice that you have developed a problem before this point then conducting a power flush of the system is still a great way to tackle it.

Many customers want to know how a power flush of their central heating system works, sometimes this is because they want to be able to do a power flush of their system themselves. As a rule we would strongly recommend that you never try to power flush your own central heating system. This is mainly because if you do a power flush wrong then you could damage your central heating system and other parts of your house through water damage. All of our engineers at Flush Radiators are expertly trained and comprehensively insured so that the chances of an unfortunate incident are practically zero.

Other customers want to know how a central heating system power flush works simply because of curiosity. For these customers our friendly engineers will be happy to explain the procedure as they go along. Every power flush of your system will be conducted with the utmost care in different stages. Each of these stages is simple to follow and in a few short hours you could have learnt a great deal about your central heating system and power flushing.

After the power flush of your system is complete you’ll be amazed at the extra power and efficiency that your system now has!

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