Whatever your requirements, whether you are renovating a Victorian home
or creating a contemporary living space there is a radiator that will
fit your requirements. From the 'buy by the column' cast iron
radiator for the Victorian look or the ultra-modern radiator, there are
so many styles and sizes that there is probably a radiator that exactly
suits your needs.
April 2002, changes in the Building Regulations effect how your
installer makes changes to your heating controls. In
order to conform to current Building Regulations, thermostatic radiator
valves should be fitted, at least, to bedroom radiators.
There may be occasions when there is a build up of air in your
system. This may be evidenced by your radiators not getting very
hot, particularly toward the top of the radiator, or you may hear a
gurgling noise in your system. This may be resolved by bleeding
the radiators to let
out any air and repressurising the system as necessary..
excess air will cause 'sludge' in the system. Sludge is a 'mud'
resulting from the reaction between the water and oxygen in your system
and the steel in the radiators which can build up over a period of time
and cause circulation and flow problems.
radiators are completely of partially cold
Radiators need frequent bleeding
Repeated pump failures/corrosion deposits in pump casing
Strange and unpleasant noises from the boiler
may resolve these problems.
Victoria Cast Iron Radiator
being drained from a radiator