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  1. Kenny6591

    Kenny6591 New Member

    I've been using the site on and off and found it really informative, but reached the limit for unregistered views and I'm still looking for answers so now registerd
    Currently I'm having some issues with British Gas ( Scottish gas ) wanting to extort £685 for a power flush and to top it off they have suspended all upgrades until March. I think a deep clean needs done but SG would not clear a second rad blockage advising a Power flush instead.
    I'm sure i can get it for less
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  2. turnpin

    turnpin Trusted Plumber

    Welcome to the forum's Kenny...regards Turnpin:welcome:
  3. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Welcome to the forums Kenny, plenty of posts here regarding powerflushing, the benefits and the costs, have a little search in the search box.
  4. A1P

    A1P GSR

    Is this part of a maintenance contract?They are well known for recommending power flushing at extortionate rates.Commission payable!? Proper testing needs to be done to establish a need for it.It can always be done at a better price.Chemical flushing is an alternative where appropriate.