Powerflush nearby to Dunton Bassett
What are the signs that you need a powerflush?
If your boiler is losing pressure, making strange noises or doesn’t seem to be heating your home as efficiently as it used to, then it may be time for a powerflush.
A powerflush is a kind of deep clean for your heating system, and it can help to restore your boiler to its best possible condition. A powerflush can also improve the efficiency of your heating system, helping you to save money on your energy bills.
If you’re not sure whether or not you need a powerflush, here are some of the signs that it might be time:
– Your boiler is losing pressure
– Your boiler is making strange noises
– Your boiler isn’t heating your home as efficiently as it used to
– You have cold spots on your radiators
– Your radiators need bleeding more often than they used to
Dunton Bassett is a small village in the Leicestershire district of Harborough. It is located between Leicester and Lutterworth, near Broughton Astley, Ashby Magna, and Leire. It had a population of 795 at the time of the 2001 UK census, which had dropped to 759 at the time of the 2011 census.
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The village’s name translates as “farm/settlement on a hill.” Radulfus Basset ruled the village in 1166.
The Great Central main railway line, the last main line built from the north of England to London, opened on 15 March 1899 and ran just to the east of Dunton Bassett, separating it from the village of Ashby Magna, and a station bearing Ashby’s name was provided, despite the fact that Ashby Magna was the much smaller village of the two. A short (92 yard) tunnel just south of the station was named after Dunton Bassett. The line was decommissioned on May 5, 1969. It was later joined by the M1 motorway, which ran parallel to it on the eastern side.