DON'T HAVE A MEGAFLO?
Then you could be missing out!
If you need hot water from more than one tap at the same time, or on the upper floors
of a 2 or 3 storey property, a gravity fed hot water storage cylinder often just isn't
Even shower pumps can struggle to cope with enough water pressure and flow when faced
with more than one shower at a time, especially when someone runs a hot tap elsewhere
in the home whilst you're in the shower!
And traditional copper cylinders often can't recharge with hot water fast enough when
household demand is high.
But there is an answer.
With huge potential storage capacity and mains water pressure, an unvented
hot water storage cylinder such as a MegaFlo can provide your home with lashings
of hot water from multiple outlets at the same time and with minimal effects from
pressure loss or reductions in flow rate*.
Call or e-mail us now for more advice on
how a MegaFlo could transform the hot water in your home!
WHY SERVICE A MEGAFLO?
Although Megaflos and unvented hot water cylinders in
general are inherently reliable, they store water under pressure at high temperatures,
an annual service is absolutley essential
SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
We're qualified to maintain MegaFlos
and other unvented hot water cylinders and
can service your cylinder quickly and efficiently.
A typical annual service includes:
GET EMERGENCY MEGAFLO REPAIRS NOW!
Or have you've lost hot water supplies around your home? Then call us now!
We are qualified repair engineers for unvented
hot water cylinders such as MegaFlos and we repair all makes and models of unvented
hot water cylinders, including routine servicing, general repairs and emergencies.
24/7, 365 days a year you can rely on us to attend your hot water emergency, and with
our open pricing policy you'll always know how much it will
cost to fix the fault.
But don't forget, the best cure is prevention, so why not treat your MegaFlo to a
service before it breaks down?
COMMON FAULTS ON UNVENTED HOT WATER CYLINDERS
Here are some of the faults that can happen with unvented hot water cylinders:
But whatever is wrong with your unvented hot water cylinder don't worry, just call
us for help now!
Blocked line strainer/filter,
slowing down or cutting off the water flow.
Leaking pressure relief valve,
causing a permanent drip into the overflow pipe.
Jammed pressure reducing valve,
dropping the water pressure too low.
Faulty expansion vessel,
causing the system to over-pressurise and leak.
Faulty immersion heater,
preventing the water from getting hot.
* Subject to correct installation, suitable mains pressure and appropriate water pipe
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