Powerflush nearby to Broughton Astley
The benefits of powerflushing
A powerflush is a mechanical process which cleans your central heating system, removing all the built up sludge, corrosion and scale from the radiators, boiler, pipes and heat exchanger.
This restores your system to its optimum efficiency, giving you lower fuel bills, quieter operation and most importantly, warmer rooms.
You may not realise but over time your system will have become less efficient as a result of this build-up, so by having a powerflush carried out you can achieve substantial energy savings. In fact, it has been estimated that a powerflush could save you up to 30% on your heating bills.
Broughton Astley is a large village and civil parish in the Leicestershire district of Harborough. It is located in the south of Leicestershire, approximately 6 miles (10 kilometres) east of Hinckley, approximately 9 miles (14 kilometres) from the centre of Leicester, and approximately 14 miles from Coventry. The parish shares borders with the parishes of Cosby, Leire, and Dunton Bassett, as well as the Blaby district to the north. At the time of the 2011 census, the civil parish (which includes Sutton in the Elms) had a population of 8,940 people. It is traversed by a tributary of the River Soar.
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The village’s name translates as “farm/settlement with a brook.” Thomas de Estle held the manor in 1220. ‘Estle’ evolved into ‘Astley,’ which was added to distinguish it from other Broughton locations.
Broughton Astley Parish includes the villages of Broughton Astley and Sutton in the Elms.
Broughton Astley is made up of two previously separate villages, Primethorpe and Broughton. Until recently, there were signs in the old Primethorpe area that said “Primethorpe,” such as the Primethorpe post office, which was still in business decades after the two villages merged. Although part of the parish, Sutton in the Elms is separated from Broughton Astley by the B581 Broughton Way bypass and thus retains its own distinct identity.