How are your heating system maintained and cleaned?

Your home’s heating system needs to be clean, especially if you recently had a new boiler built. You wouldn’t drive a new car with used oil in it, so why do it to the new engine in your house?

Systems get dirty when air is introduced to the system, for example when we top up the pressure on our boilers. When the water that circulates around your heating system becomes dirty, it will harm the boiler and radiators, increase fuel expenditures, and possibly VOID YOUR BOILER WARRANTY. There are a number of really efficient ways to maintain and clean your system. Always take preventative measures, such as keeping your system clean and employing a deaerator and magnetic filter.


An innovative flushing procedure was created to preserve and shield your central heating systems against the negative effects of iron oxide sludge accumulation. It is a compact device with two built-in magnetic filters that capture any system trash that has accumulated inside the heating system.


A technique used to remove a buildup of scale and corroded metal from your radiators and pipes by rapidly pumping chemically treated water through them. In extreme circumstances, the deposits might result in obstructions that prevent radiators from warming up, raise fuel costs, and harm the boiler.


A little device called a scale filter is installed on the cold water main supply line under the boiler. It is especially helpful in locations with hard water and aids in reducing limescale buildup inside the boiler.


As the system’s muck goes through the magnet, these filters remove it. When used in conjunction with a deaerator, they ensure a long-term clean and efficient heating system. They are a great tool for protecting the boiler from any sludge in the system.


Tiny devices that regularly remove air from the system and keep it clean are available. These are around the same size and price as a magnetic filter. This is the most effective way to prevent sludge.

Protection from chemicals

After flushing and confirming that the system is clean, we apply an inhibitor, a high-grade chemical.

The central heating systems are protected by corrosion inhibitors, often referred to as corrosion protectors or central heating inhibitors, against the buildup of sludge and scale. The detrimental consequences of corrosion debris can result in boiler noise, radiator or piping clogs, boiler breakdown, and a detrimental effect on the effectiveness of the entire system.


When we are satisfied that your heating system has been cleaned and chemically dosed, we will finally provide you with a certificate to verify the findings of our engineers’ tests. What’s more, it gives you peace of mind knowing that there won’t be any warranty problems during installation.

We suggest that you schedule a boiler inspection as soon as possible with one of our experts. Get a boiler servicing estimate right away!

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