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Heating and Gas Installation

Plumbing and Heating Installations Ltd have over 30 years experience working with gas installations, so you are assured that any work you have done is carried out to the highest standards and safety regulations. With a team of Gas Safe (formerly CORGI) Registered engineers, you can be sure that your appliances are fitted correctly, with your safety in mind every step of the way.

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Any work you have done with us can be paid for with simple monthly payments, interest free!
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  • Boilers fitted, repaired and serviced
  • Gas fires and other appliances fitted
  • Cookers fitted and repaired
  • Land lords gas certificates (you may need a gas certificate if you are a childminder, foster parent, nursing home, care home, other place of business)
  • Radiators fitted
  • Hot and cold water tanks fitted and repaired
  • Safety inspections
  • Powerflushing (more information is available below)


What does a Powerflush Involve?

A Powerflush can seem costly, but in the long run it can save you thousands of pounds, by preventing sludge and scale from damaging expensive parts of your central heating system, including your boiler. It is recommended that a powerflush be carried out whenever a new boiler is fitted to an existing sytem. Although it is not mandatory, bear in mind that in the long run a Powerflush is a worth while investment.

If you are not having a new boiler fitted, your system can still benefit from a Powerflush.

Why Does My Central Heating Need Powerflushing?

Rust occurs in all central heating systems producing a black (iron oxide) sludge causing the following problems:

  • Bottom of radiators cold due to build up of sluge
  • Radiators cold all over due to blocked valves and pipes.
  • Radiators cold at top and need bleeding due to gases, a by-product of rusting.
  • Boiler cutting out and no circulation due to blocked pump.
  • Little or no hot water due to blocked pipes and heat exchangers.
  • Irritating boiler noise from sludge or lime scale build up, a warning sign of imminent costly problems.