Radiators and heaters are designed to offer supplemental warmth for rooms of your home. While the purpose of installing both devices is the same, they heat the place up in different ways. Read More
Radiator valves may need replacing under several circumstances. Whatever the reason might be, it is essential to be informed about the process. Read More
If you have recently purchased a new radiator, then you perhaps also need to spend some money on some new radiator valves.
This is mostly true for those of you who are installing a radiator in their home for the very first time. This is because you will definitely need some radiator valves to connect your radiator to the central heating pipes in the house. Read More
Are you sick and tired of bleeding your radiators? Is your heating bill extortionate because your radiators are not staying hot-to-top? Would you like to reduce both corrosion and excessive noise caused by traditional radiator valves? Read More
When the temperature drops, it is tempting to just crank up the thermostat; however this is not always the answer. Mastering the management of your heating system, however, is invaluable as it can be beneficial to saving you in heating bills over the colder winter months. Read More
Adjusting issues with your radiator can mean saving yourself time and money in the long run. By using replacement radiator cartridges rather than buying a new valve every time you run into trouble, you will seriously benefit in more ways than one. Read More
Maintenance on your home is an ongoing project that you need to keep up with throughout the year, especially before the cold winter sets in. Checking your radiator valves is an important part of this pre-winter home check. Read More
When referring to radiator valves, generally this is more specifically referring to thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs). These valves do not control the boiler itself but rather reduce the flow of water that goes through the radiator when the temperature rises above a certain level.
Saving money on the heating bill is the aim of many people in the UK. One way to do this is to manually bleed the radiators on a regular basis, to prevent air from forming in the top of the radiator, and ensuring that the entire radiator is heated. Read More
If you are having problems heating the home, and have isolated the problem to one specific radiator valve, then you will most likely have a problem with the radiator valves. Read More