Category Archives: Boilers and Heating

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Condensing Boilers

A condensing boiler is a high efficiency modern boiler that incorporates an extra heat exchanger so that the hot exhaust gases lose much of their energy to pre-heat the water in the boiler system. When working at peak efficiency, the water vapour produced in the combustion process condenses back into liquid form releasing the latent heat of vaporisation. A side effect is that this water, known as condensate, which is usually acidic, has to be piped away to a drain or soak away.

If your existing boiler is more than 15 years old, replacing it with a condensing boiler could save you as much as 32p in the pound on your fuel bills.

If you are thinking of replacing your boiler, but you are not sure which type to have, give us a call on the number below and we shall be happy to discuss the various options available.

Power Flush

Most central heating systems contain some magnetite sludge; many old systems contain excessive amounts. If you install a new boiler in a system containing excessive amounts of sludge it can be disturbed around the system and into your brand new boiler.

A Power Flush is the safe, clean and easy way to remove sludge (magnetite sludge) from your central heating system.

If your system shows any of the following symptoms, then both you and your central heating will benefit from this type of water treatment:

  • Cold spots
  • Poor circulation
  • Noisy systems
  • System blockages
  • Expensive bills
  • Dirty system water

By using the ‘Powerflush Machine’ our engineers will be able to clean out the contamination within your system, and in one operation with no mess and no fuss, restore your installation to give your new boiler and system the best start. Once the system has been cleaned, we will refill the heating circuit and an inhibitor (chemical) will be added to protect your system in the future.

If you would like to book a power flush? Call us on the number below, or click on the contact link, we will then arrange to have one of our engineers visit to carry out the necessary work.

Call Us On 020 8886 659