Central heating pumps
A central heating pump is a small mechanical tool installed on your central heating system which is used to speed up the process of circulating hot water from your boiler to your radiators and back to the boiler.
When is the right time to replace my pump?
- Poor heating performance – central heating system taking longer than usual to heat or not heating as well.
- Irregular noises coming from the boiler.
- Only some of the radiators are heating up.
- The boiler control panel is not working as it should.
What must I do to get the most out of my central heating pump?
In order to get the most from your central heating pump, one of the main issues customers oversee is looking after the system. We advise system inhibitor is added to the system every year to protect against rust and corrosion, by looking after your system this helps the pump to circulate the heating water more efficiently and reduce the chance of the pump breaking down.