Power flushing in Leyland is an essential maintenance procedure that extends the life of your heating system and lets it operate more efficiently. It is one of many services offered by our technicians at M&R Plumbing and Heating. We are a well-respected plumbing and heating company serving Wigan, Bolton, Standish and Adlington since 1997. Our reputation for excellent service and customer referrals keeps us accountable to continue to work to high standards. We are a forward-looking company welcoming technology that brings us renewable energy options. Keeping your heating and cooling systems working efficiently today is always our top priority. That is why we promote equipment maintenance to save you money on energy now and prevent expensive repairs or replacement later.
At M&R Plumbing and Heating we always do a power flushing to remove any contaminants in your lines before we hook up a new boiler. As maintenance in Leyland, power flushing removes rust and water chemical sludge and debris from your heating system. That is achieved by flushing water through the radiators and pipes to loosen the sludge and continues until the water runs clean. Once the water runs clean, we add an inhibitor that will slow the buildup of sludge. If the sludge is not removed, your system will not be efficient or uniformly effective. It is a fairly simple maintenance procedure that causes little to no disruption but it will extend the life of your boiler.
There are signs you may need power flushing in Leyland. Slower warming and sections of the radiator that no longer warm at all. When you bleed the radiators if the water is rusty and dirty they need to be flushed. That rusty build up can eat right through your pipes so you may see water leaks. Unusual noise is always a clue that an inspection is needed. If your system is several years old and never been power flushed, then its time so you don’t waste energy. Call M&R Plumbing and Heating and we’ll perform a maintenance check on your system. We will power flush it to eliminate any build up that can interfere with the efficiency of your boiler system.