What's the average cost of a powerflush?
Answered by Maxflush Limited
11th August 2020
Maxflush Limited answered the question "What's the average cost of a powerflush?"
The cost of a powerflush will vary greatly depending upon where you are in the UK. In the south west, we usually look at around £400 for a standard powerflush of 7/8 radiators, but each system will be different and a detailed assessment will need to be carried out every time. We will also look at system future proofing with filters/deaerators, chemical protectors and water testing.
Answered by TSC PLUMBING SERVICES
21st April 2020
TSC PLUMBING SERVICES answered the question "What's the average cost of a powerflush?"
The cost of a power flush varies largely on the size of your heating system and which part of the country you live in. Most local heating engineers will offer you a free quotation which will give you a bespoke costing to suit your situation. Pricing is usually worked out per radiator plus a fee for chemicals.
Answered by Holden's Solutions
8th April 2020
Holden's Solutions answered the question "What's the average cost of a powerflush?"
Power flush of a heating system of 10 rads, chemicals and cert with all the correct water treatment readings will cost around £500 -£ 600 depending on area of the country that you live in. Done properly on older systems or systems that are having a new boiler installed a power flush can improve you system performance significantly.
Answered by Heatwize plumbing and heating
4th February 2020
Heatwize plumbing and heating answered the question "What's the average cost of a powerflush?"
Heatwize plumbing and heating does not recommend power flushes. Our opinion is they risk damaging the system by causing unnecessary leaks and a bit of a mess during the process. However, if you really feel you need one they can range in price from £300 to £600 depending on how large your house is, how many radiators you have and where you live.