Sometimes you may find that your radiators are struggling to heat up or hold their temperature. This is generally caused by air being trapped in your radiator, not allowing the hot water to heat the radiator. This is where bleeding your radiator comes in. Bleeding your radiators helps to eliminate any trapped air!
So, why is bleeding your radiators regularly important?
One of the main reasons why bleeding your radiators is important is that it will help to ensure they are heating up to their full potential. It helps to make sure there are no trapped air bubbles, which means your whole radiator will heat up!
It is also important to help to maintain the quality of your radiator. Trapped air can cause some minor issues within radiators and heating systems. So regular bleeding of them helps to reduce the chance of these issues.
So, take 10 minutes out of your day and bleed your radiators.