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    How to Heat a Small Bathroom

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Heating a small bathroom may seem simple but can become a real head-scratcher of a situation, seeing homeowners fit either way too much or not enough heating power. Join us as we share the perfect products to turn your chilly small bathroom into a wonderfully warm, welcoming place to be.

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    A Guide on How to Replace a Radiator

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    Replacing a radiator is not the easiest DIY task but it’s by no means impossible. Heck, it’s even sort of fun in a masochistic kind of way. Click here to discover everything you’ll need to replace a radiator as well as a guide to getting it done.

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  • How to Purchase the Perfect Bespoke Coloured Radiator thumbnail

    How to Purchase the Perfect Bespoke Coloured Radiator

    Posted on 5 July 2019

    We’re announcing something big here at Only Radiators: coloured radiators! That’s right, over 40 RAL colours and some seriously stunning rads to choose from. Read on to discover how you can get the perfect bespoke radiator.

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  • Cleaning a Radiator: How to Do It Properly (Before Mould Takes Hold) thumbnail

    Cleaning a Radiator: How to Do It Properly (Before Mould Takes Hold)

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Dust is harmless, right? Well, No. Because you're paying for that dust to be there....

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    How to Bleed a Radiator

    Posted on 3 July 2019

    Radiators, like any system, require bleeding at some point to remove trapped air and prevent cold spots. This process may seem daunting but is incredibly simple and will save you a significant amount of money. Join us as we take you through how to bleed a radiator step-by-step.

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    How to Flush Out Sludge That's Clotting Your Radiator Up

    Posted on 2 July 2019

    Think of your heating as the body's circulation, with the boiler as the heart. Hidden radiator sludge is a blood clot that slowly suffocates your system. So save your home from a heart attack with this important guide on how to flush it out.

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    How To Get Rid of Mould Around Your Windows

    Posted on 2 July 2019

    Knowing what causes mould is the first step to completely avoiding having to do anything besides cracking a window open sometimes. Or just looking at your ventilation. Because mould in the house is caused by condensation. Easy.

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  • Why, When and How You Should Be Balancing Radiators thumbnail

    Why, When and How You Should Be Balancing Radiators

    Posted on 2 July 2019

    If you find a difference in how fast your home’s radiators heat up, your radiators are not balanced! Balancing radiators is a vital procedure before winter comes and half your home feels like a fridge all the time. Follow this simple guide for sizzling winter heating throughout your whole home.

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  • How to Fix a Leaking Radiator thumbnail

    How to Fix a Leaking Radiator

    Posted on 2 July 2019

    Is there anything more annoying than coming home to find your radiator leaking water? Luckily, we’re going to show you how to fix a leaking radiator so that you can get back to enjoying your warm and happy home in no time!

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  • How To Paint A Radiator thumbnail

    How To Paint A Radiator

    Posted on 6 June 2019

    You can't use normal paint to paint a radiator, yet painting a radiator is cheap, easy, and fun - when you do it properly. It's a real problem when you do it wrong. But, provided you know a few pointers first, you'll be painting your radiators every colour of the rainbow in a couple of minutes.

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