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Heating Hub: Get Your Radiators Ready For Winter
As we move towards winter and temperatures drop, more and more people will begin to switch their central heating back on. This is a time when problems with heating systems can arise as radiators have sat unused over the summer months. In our heating hub, we'll take you through some of the most common issues that can stop your heating running efficiently.
If you think it's time for a new radiator, we'll take you through how you can remove and replace it.
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Common Radiator Problems
Radiator Not Working
If you turn on your heating for the first time to find one of your radiators isn’t working, you need to diagnose the problem. This guide will take you through the steps you can take to find out what the issue is, then point you in the right direction to fix the problem.
Radiator Cold At The Bottom
A radiator being hot at the top but cold at the bottom is a common issue encountered when turning your heating system back on. This is a sign that your radiators are running inefficiently. We'll help you diagnose the problem and get your radiators running at their best.
Flush Sludge In Your Radiator
Sludge accumulating inside radiators is a common issue that will reduce the efficiency of your heating system. This guide will show you how you can remove your radiators, clear out the sludge and get them back in position ready to heat up your home for the winter.
How To Bleed a Radiator
Probably the most well known heating maintenance job, bleeding your radiators is vital to keep them running efficiently. We take you through the process to remove any trapped air within your radiators.
How To Fix a Leaking Radiator
A leaking radiator is never good news but that doesn’t mean you have to panic! If you’ve turned your heating system back on and discovered a leak, this guide will take you through the steps you need to take to avoid a disaster.
If your radiators are unbalanced, they will not heat up at the same speed and some areas of your home will be much warmer than others. With this guide you can learn how to correctly balance your radiators to keep your entire home nice and warm.
Fitting New Radiators
How To Replace A Radiator
If you've decided you want some shiny new radiators, this guide is for you. We take you through how you can take your old radiator off the wall and replace it with a new one.