Central Heating Question

Adding inhibitor to central heating

What is a reasonable cost that can be charged for adding (inc supplying) an inhibitor to a system (combi-boiler) which is already drained during a valve change job?
How much inhibitor is required (ml) for half a dozen radiators?

Many thanks

1 Answer

Best Answer

Hi, I would say £35 Would be average charge for adding inhibitor to a Heating system if the plumber is already onsite working on the radiator then its not going to mean him draining down, refilling etc just to add inhibitor.
Hope this helps.

Answered 17th Sep 2012

MHP Merseyside Heating & Plumbing

Member since 8 Nov 2009

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