How to Bleed a Radiator

How to Bleed a Radiator with Lambe's Oil

 

 

With the cold weather fast approaching, now would be a good time to ensure that your heating system is working efficiently.

Heating and cooling of water can cause air build up within your radiators – especially if you haven’t been using them up to now. This could possibly cause your radiators to heat at the bottom and not at the top, so your house won’t be heating up as efficiently as it should. If you find this happening, what you need to do is ‘Bleed your Radiator’.

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How to Bleed a Radiator

How to Bleed a Radiator for an efficient heating system

Radiators Home HeatingAlthough we have had relatively mild weather so far this winter, the temperatures are beginning to dip especially at night time. If you are turning on your heating oil but notice that your radiators are not warming up correctly, it may be time to bleed them.

Generally, you will notice when you run your hands along the radiator, that it is warm at the bottom but still cold at the top.

 

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