Heating Essentials

From the crucial facts to insightful guides, discover all the must-have radiator knowledge with heating essentials.

  • The Essential Radiator Glossary

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Let's face it, plumber's and engineer's terminology is unnecessarily confusing. So here's your helpful and essential radiator glossary.

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  • Kitchen Heating Made Easy - How to Heat a Kitchen

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Kitchen heating can be made easy by reading this expert guide which will talk you through all the different kitchen heating solutions out there.

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  • Underfloor Heating: The FAQs

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Underfloor heating once seemed a dream to anyone with more sense than money – but that’s simply not the case anymore. Underfloor heating systems are incredible value and transform how your home heats for the better. Join us as we answer everything you ever wondered about this fantastic home heating solution.

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  • Types of Boilers and What it Means for Your Water Pressure

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Are you wondering what type of boiler you have? Are you unsure whether it’s a gravity, combination or Megaflo system that keeps your home so toasty? Join us as we set off on an informative run-through of each boiler type and their technical specifics, and let’s figure it out together.

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  • Buying Trade Radiators at Only Radiators

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    We offer an industry-leading service to our trade customers so why not see how you could supercharge your business by partnering with Only Radiators?

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  • Conservatory Heaters in Winter: Underfloor, Radiator, or Trench?

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Take back that room in your home. A room rendered too cold to use by nature. A room you should be enjoying every day of the year and not just in the summer.

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  • Why Drying Clothes on a Radiator is a Terrible Idea

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Learn about drying clothes on a radiator, buying heated towel rails for laundry rooms, and whether condensation can make you homeless.

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  • How Often Should You Power Flush Central Heating? (And When Shouldn't You?)

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Power flushing keeps your radiators and boiler healthy; it's expected and totally normal. But when should you do it? And when is it NOT normal?

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  • How Hot Should Your House Be? (Learn the Perfect Temperature)

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    What's the best temperature to balance comfort with budget? And how can you keep bills down but guests happy? Find out now.

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  • Should You Turn Your Thermostat Up When It's Cold? No.

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    "It's like someone telling you to run 20 miles. Yet, when you flop at 10 miles, they move the finish line 30 miles away. And that helps no one."

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  • Explaining the BTU Calculator

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    What is this elusive BTU we see dotted about radiator specification lists? Read on for a quick, easy guide to BTUs, including deducing your room’s requirements with our trusty BTU calculator and how to supercharge your radiator search with your new knowledge. Find out what BTUs can do for you!

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  • Delta 50 & 60 Ratings Explained: The Hidden Rating Behind UK Radiator Rip-Offs

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Posted by Dominic Lees-Bell

    Radiator delta ratings explained in plain English. We use Delta T50. Find out why that's a great thing for you.

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