If your radiator has cold spots, then there’s likely to be air trapped inside – so you may need to bleed it. There are many other tell-tale signs that your radiator needs bleeding, but generally speaking, trapped air will cause your radiator to have cold spots, reducing the efficiency of it. You can bleed a radiator yourself, and it can vastly improve the efficiency of your entire heating system.
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We know that looking after your home during those cold winter months is super hard, so we’ve put together a collection of articles and how-to guides that can help make things a little clearer (and hopefully easier!).
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