Mrs. Tanner (London) -“After being quoted £750 by (unnamed insurance company) to power flush my house, I wanted to make sure that it would be money well spend. Did some research on the net and came up with powder flush. I was a little nervous about the effects of this abrasive on my old system, but they did re-assure me that it has been used on many systems without any problems and that it is not as aggressive as it might sound. Apparently, hard sludge is the same consistency old tooth paste. They came, they powder flushed: no mess, no hassle, no damage and the boiler stays on without tripping. It all cost £530, very happy and warm. Would recommend you to friends, thanks!”
Mrs. Pennington (Reading) - "I have had my local plumber drain my system 3 times, that didn't fix the problem. Then he tried a chemical flush, which didn't work either! After all that hassle I wanted something that will work, first time and guaranteed. So I tried a powder flush. They pumped 1000's of tiny balls around the inside of my system; you could actually hear it knocking the old sludge off. The company showed me the magnets before and after the balls went in. Before, the magnets had a fine black sludge stuck to them. After, it had large pieces the same shape as the pipes - and lots of it. Horrible to think that I had to pay more for heating my house, even better was to know that it is now gone and the system is working much better than before."
Mr. Sidhu (London) - "I was told to power flush my system, so I did. It cost lots of money AND it did not make the system work,
but I still had to pay for the work. Rather than power flushing the system again (not that that makes sense) I decided to POWDER flush as it was recommended for my type of system (open vented, I'm told). After only 4 hours the system works like it should and I wish I knew in advance that a powder flush would work better than trying to power flush it. Prices: The prices are not that expensive in comparison, they are even cheaper than the large insurance companies charge for a standard power flush. I would not bother getting a power flush again, it does not always work? ”
Mr. Walker (Kent) - "I was told by the gas board that my microbore system has to be replaced because it is blocked up with sludge and power flushing would be a waste of money. The cost was tremendous and we could not do with the disruption, either. After reading the POWDER flush website, I took up the offer guaranteeing the results. I am very pleased to say that; I am as happy to pay for a system that works properly as I am happy to save the cost of replacement."