Monday, 10 January 2011

Flue Guard

A Flue Guard is a piece of heating equipment that is used with boilers, such as combi boilers, or other heaters or fires. Flue guards are often necessary when installing a combi boiler and your heating engineer will be able to advise you if you will need a guard for your flue. The best way to make sure your heater or boiler is safely installed is to use a trained professional.

Flue guards are basically wire baskets that fit securely over a flue. They stop debris entering the flue, or animals crawling into it (for example, birds nesting in your flue). The guards deliver this protection without compromising the airflow to your heating equipment. A guard could be thought of as a piece of heating safety equipment.

Here at Low Cost Plumbing Supplies we stock a range of flue guards to fit all types of flue. These guards come in either a square or round shape, depending on your requirements. Simply enter ‘flue guards’ into our search facility to see all of the options. Remember that we have everything you need for your boiler or central heating system, including spares and accessories.

Looking for a Flue Guard? Flue guards are available from Low Cost Plumbing Supplies, the specialists in heating equipment and heating accessories. We have all the plumbing equipment and supplies that you will ever need and everything is available online. This means that you can get cheap heating spares delivered direct to your door. For more information about our plumbing suppliers in the West Midlands, please call our Halesowen office on 0845 309 6417. Or to contact us by email, please fill out the enquiry form on our website. We will get back to you as soon as possible regarding your enquiry or question about our services.

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