Saturday 1 November 2014

Keep your home warm this Winter and reduce your energy bills.

Learn how to bleed your radiators to celebrate National Radiator Day 2014.

Over the winter months many homes across the country will see their heating bills sky rocket as the need to have the heating on more often thanks to the cold temperatures is too hard to ignore. Whilst unfortunately there’s nothing you can do about high energy prices you can help reduce your heating bills by making sure your heating system is prepared for the winter months ahead.

As an efficient heating system will use less fuel to heat your home, which in turn will help reduce your heating bills, it is vital to keep on top of essential heating system maintenance. A sign that your radiator needs a little TLC is that it takes a long time to heat up; other signs are that your radiator has cold patches or heats unevenly. Thankfully the easiest way to fix this problem and to have your heating system working efficiently is to bleed your radiator.

Don’t know how to bleed your radiator?

If you are unsure of how to bleed your radiator and are little daunted by the notion of this essential radiator maintenance then fear not as BoilerJuice, a leading UK online home heating oil price comparison site, have created a helpful infographic to celebrate National Radiator Day (1st November 2014) that shows you how to bleed your radiator and why it is important to do so.

Take a look at BoilerJuice’s informative infographic to learn how to bleed your radiators so they work efficiently which will help keep your home warm and cosy this winter plus it could help you save money this winter on your energy bills.

How to bleed a radiator

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