Save money on heating bills by Powerflushing your central heating system
Are your radiators slow to heat up? When they heat up are they cold in places?
Powerflush is an effective technique to keep your radiators working efficiently. During a Powerflush, water and cleaning chemicals are pumped through your radiators at high pressure with a Magna Cleanse flushing out any build-up and dirt that causes blockages in your heating system.
As well as removing sludge, Powerflushing adds special inhibitors to your system to prevent future corrosion within it. After flushing your heating system you will feel heat effectively circulating around every radiator in your home. Your central heating system will operate more efficiently, which will in turn save you money on your heating bills. It could also save you the time and money spent on central heating repairs.
The benefits of an Ongas Powerflush
Carried out by fully qualified engineers, using high tech equipment and high quality materials – we ONLY use Adey and Sentinel corrosion inhibitors and flushing products. Our central heating system flush offers the following benefits:
It will help to heat your home more efficiently reducing your energy costs
It will help increase the pump life of your central heating pump
It will help reduce radiator corrosion or internal heating system corrosion
It can help to eliminate banging noises (kettling) and prolongs your boiler life
With all of our products we aim to carry out an efficient and high quality service so the central heating maintenance we carry out does not interrupt your daily routine – we even offer flexible appointments to suit you.
Powerflushing can take from as little as four hours, depending on how much sludge is in your system and how many radiators you have.
Take advantage of our Powerflush service for just £650
This offer enables you to have up to 10 radiators in your home flushed for £650. After this, each additional radiator will be flushed at a cost of £25. You can also have a Magnetic filter fitted to your heating system for an additional £150.