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Learn How to Bleed Your Radiator with National Radiator Day 2014

October 21, 2014 | Heating Oil Advice

As the days get shorter and temperatures begin to drop, it is important to make sure that your central heating system is prepared for the long winter nights ahead. Unfortunately, a lot of families will turn on their heating over the next few weeks, only to find that they have cold patches on their radiators.

The easiest way to fix this problem is to remove the air that causes these cold spots by bleeding the radiator. This will not only make your central heating system more efficient, but can help to reduce your heating bills, as an efficient system will use less fuel to heat your home.

In celebration of National Radiator Day (1st November 2014), we’ve created an infographic to help you get your radiators in tip-top condition for winter.

Follow our simple instructions to remove air from your pipes, quickly and easily!

How to Bleed a Radiator Infographic

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