Any of these could mean that you have system circulation and flow problems. These result from internal corrosion, giving rise to a build up of rust, sludge and deposits of scale in your central heating system.
The answer is probably a power flush, which restores circulation and efficiency, by purging undesirable products and replacing dirty water with clean. This new water also contains a chemically treated corrosion inhibitor to prevent future problems.
Cleaning your central heating system, including the supply of chemicals, will cost £250 (incl. VAT) for up to 7 radiators.
We will connect our power flushing pump to your central heating system, to pump water at slightly higher pressures than normal, to loosen and mobilise harmful deposits. We also use special cleaning fluids and an instantaneous ‘flow reversal device’ to create turbulence in the radiators to remove debris. Once loosened, this is purged from your system (including the radiators), using clean water and without disconnecting any part. This means that your central heating is reinstated efficiently and quickly, with the minimum of disturbance.
If you want to discuss using a power flush on your central heating, give us a call.