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  1. Get Some Help With Our Online Radiator Tools

    Get Some Help With Our Online Radiator Tools

    Are you a bit lost in the search for your perfect radiator? BTU’s and sizes and shapes and colours can all roll into one and become confusing. Well, don’t fret, Column Rads is here to help. If you haven’t noticed, we’ve got a few tools that can help your journey from site to purchase a little easier. In the top...
  2. Top 5 simple ways to transform your home

    Top 5 simple ways to transform your home

    There is no timeline to when you should decorate or update your home. In a recent Anglian Home Improvements survey, most people asked said that they switch it up every two to four years. But there are a few smaller things you can do in terms of home design that won’t break the bank but can completely transform your home...
  3. How to balance a radiator system

    How to balance a radiator system

    When looking to get your central heating working to the optimum it is always best to balance the system. It is fair enough to try explain how to do it but firstly it is important to understand why and what it is. It is great to have a new central heating system and a new boiler and radiators but if...
  4. Things to Consider When Buying The Right Radiator For The Living Room

    Things to Consider When Buying The Right Radiator For The Living Room

    Columnrads.co.uk provides 30 years of experience in both the plumbing and central heating business.  With summer swiftly coming to a close, many homeowners could see the value in upgrading their heating systems before another freezing winter.  We offer a variety of different heating systems, along with other necessary items such as thermostatic and radiator valves.  Our user-friendly website has a...
  5. What to do if you have a water leak at home

    If you spot a water leak at home, do not panic as you can  normally easily contain the water damage while you wait for an engineer to come and fix the leak cause. There are a number of reasons for water leaks in the home, from leaking pipes, to damp patches appearing in the ceiling (lose tiles on the roof...
  6. How to bleed a radiator or towel radiator

    How to bleed a radiator or towel radiator

    Bleeding a radiator is a very simple task that can mean your radiators get hotter and make your central heating system work more efficiently. Excess air stops the radiators from working correctly and can mean that a radiator suffers from cold spots. It is not good to have air in a central heating system as this causes corrosion of the...

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