Boilers that are over ten years old waste a lot of valuable energy, in terms of cost and environmental impact, in fact many older boilers convert as little as 60% of the fuel they use into heat.
Are you looking for cost efficient heating?
You should be aware that current building regulations state that any replacement or new gas-fired boiler must be a condensing boiler. Older boilers convert as little as 60% of the fuel they use into heat which has a big impact on your home heating bills and the environment.
We specialise in the installation of condensing boilers and renewable energy products from Worcester, using the latest technology available. Modern condensing boilers improve efficiency to over 90% which could save you up to 30% per year on your home heating bills, which represents a big saving over the lifetime of your boiler.
Depending on your heating and hot water demand there are different types of condensing boilers that are available, please follow the link for any questions you might have regarding the main boiler types.
A power flush is simply a process that gives your central heating system a thorough internal clean and usually improves the central heating system’s performance; which can lead to lower gas bills.
Over time some heating systems may experience poor circulation resulting in lukewarm radiators, poor hot water, increased noise and sludge build up. By ‘powerflushing’ your heating system, the sludge and built up residue will be removed via inline magnetic filtration, it will make your system work more efficiently.
How does Powerflushing Work?
Because the water in a central heating system is always pumped in the same direction, iron filings, sludge, oil and grease build up within each radiator in your system. This has a detrimental effect on the efficiency of both your radiators and your boiler – in fact – your whole central heating system, reducing it’s life expectancy.
When a system is professionally power flushed, the system is flushed in different directions, agitating the sludge and debris, so the system can be drained of the deposits. When flushing a system, special chemicals are used to ensure the breakdown of the sludge inside the system, prior to the deposits being removed.