DIY – How to Bleed a Central Heating Radiator

December 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

Do your central heating radiators make strange knocking noises?  Do your radiators get hot at the bottom and stay cold at the top?  These are classic symptoms that you have trapped air in your radiators.

Fortunately releasing trapped air and solving the problems is so easy, so you won’t have to be calling out a heating engineer and spending lots of money.  This DIY job will take less than 10 minutes to fit and you’ll stop that noise and warm your home properly.

To help you we’ve written a simple guide that will take you through the entire process – again, it’s a 10 minute job that literally anyone can do.

 

How to Bleed a Radiator

 

For other heating guides see our DIY Heating section – we’ve got lots of useful guides that will help you keep your home warm.

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