Power Flush Glasgow

Glasgow Plumber

Glasgow Power Flushing

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Mclellan Plumbing and Heating offer a full Glasgow Power Flush service throughout Glasgow and Lanarkshire. We have been doing Power Flushing for over ten years having great results on blocked heating systems. Once a Power Flush has been carried out your heating system and boiler will perform much better and your radiators should heat up quicker. A Power Flush Glasgow is an investment in your heating system. Have a read below and find out why you may need a Power Flush, what we do during a Power Flush. If you have any questions call Mclellan Plumbing and Heating and talk with the Plumber on 078 9512 6242

Do You Need A Glasgow Power Flush

Over time your radiators and Central Heating pipework can become clogged with sludge (caused by dirty water) and rust particles from inside your radiators. Sludge and rust will restrict the flow of the Central Heating water around the system. That means it will take longer for your radiators to heat up with sludge gathering at the bottom of the radiators. A good sign of sludge in your radiator is if your radiator is hot at the top and cold at the bottom. A dirty heating system may also cause problems with your heat exchanger in your boiler. When you run your hot tap does the hot water turn hot and cold while running the tap? If so, your Boiler heat exchanger may be blocked. You have a greater chance of heating blockages if the heating pipework you have fitted is micro bore 8mm or 10mm pipework.

 

What Happens During Your Glasgow Power Flush

The first thing we would do is if not already fitted would be to fit a magnetic filter. This would help keep your heating system clean and prevent any rust particles from going through your boilers heat exchanger. Central Heating cleaner would then be added into the system and left to circulate through all the radiators. All the radiators expect one would then be isolated with the isolated radiator being manipulated to help break up any sludge along the bottom of the radiator. This would be repeated to all the radiators. Once the system has been cleaned inhibitor would be added into the heating circuit and this line the circuit helping protect in the heating circuit in the future.