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Summer is probably the time of year you think least about your central heating. After all – it’s warm outside and you’re more concerned with keeping cool!
Take this opportunity to check your boiler and radiators for any issues that could have cropped up over Winter.
In this blog, we explore how to bleed your radiators – why, how, and what to do if you need help.
You may notice that your radiators have cold spots, especially along the top. This is caused by trapped air that accumulates over time and can reduce the cost efficiency of your central heating.
Gurgling or clanking noises can also be a sign that your radiators need bleeding.
Bleeding your radiators is a fairly simple task, but if you would prefer a professional to do it – don’t hesitate to get in touch. We know peace of mind makes all the difference when it comes to keeping your home warm and cosy.
You’ll need a radiator key, and a small container or towel to catch any water that comes out.
Radiator keys can be purchased from your local homeware/DIY shop.
If you do find cold spots still in your radiators after bleeding them, your issue might be caused by something else.
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