Radiator care

  • Why is the bottom of my radiator cold?

    Do you have a cold bottom or at least a radiator cold bottom? ...
  • Five common radiator problems.

    Top five common radiator problems. ...
  • Five things you can do to your radiators to keep heating bills down this winter

    Who knows what type of weather we are going to get this year, it could be a Siberian winter or an Indian summer. Whatever we get the predictions are bound to be wrong and there will end being complete havoc and totally unprepared. ...
  • Clogged Radiator: Signs That Your Radiator is Clogged and How to Fix It

    If your radiator fails to heat up the cause is usually a clog of rust or sludge either in the unit itself or in the central heating circuit. Another common sign of blockage is uneven heating up of the unit, with most warmth collecting at the top while the bottom remains cold. ...
  • How Do I Know If I Need A New Radiator?

    Were your radiators installed before the year 2000? If so, you likely need new radiators. Since water runs through each tubular column, the clue that replacement is required most difficult to miss is the leaking radiator. Either through corrosion or improper installation leaks are the most common...
  • 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. ...

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