Radiator Services – Supply, Installation, Maintenance, Repair and Replacement
Although our plumbers have far more diverse functions, one of their primary duties is installing, repairing and maintaining pipes and radiators.
Hampshire Plumbers supply, install, and service radiators throughout Hampshire including new parts of valves and replacement of obsolete radiators.
Whether it’s a basic new radiator fitting or you need a more complex emergency service, you require specialist help from a Gas Safe licensed radiator fitter. With a team that has over XXXyears combined experience in the industry, we believe we know what customers want.
With Hampshire Plumbers, the maintenance or replacement radiator service will be undertaken by a qualified specialist, who is fully trained, licensed and a member of the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers (CIPHE).
If you have a radiator-related question you should get in touch with our professional 24/7 customer service department. And please don’t hesitate to call us on phoneXXX for same-day service.
Regular radiator check-up
Your heating system is an essential part of your home.
If you live in Hampshire, you know how important it is for the heating system to function properly in the long, cold winter months.
Regular maintenance of the heating system is one of the best ways to avoid unexpected problems with the radiator.
Although many homeowners will not notice, voting for a radiator is the best defense against sudden failures and unexpected expenses.
Fixing a Faulty Radiator
If you are an experienced DIYer, you can do some radiator repairs yourself. However, most people should hire a professional to do the work.
If the problem is with the boiler or radiator pipes, then you should definitely consult a specialist.
The choice of radiator systems can range from small and simple to large and complex; this is depending on the type of system, the size of the heated room, the number of radiators, and the number of floors (one, two, or three floors).
If only one radiator is involved, repairs can be done quickly and relatively inexpensively. If the job requires a complete system, repairs can be more complex and expensive.
Signs of a Failing Radiator
There are signs to look out for when your radiators are failing.
If you notice a leak, rust outside the radiator, loud rattling pipes, or abnormal temperature changes, it may be time to consider changing the radiator.
Examples of radiator problems include leakage of popping holes, clogged vents, scattering vents, overheating, uneven airflow, or a broken valve broken.
Regardless of whether your radiator is leaking or not, you can hire a service technician for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to repair the radiator.
Get a radiator repair cost in advance and see if it’s better to replace it.
Venting Your Radiator by Yourself
In this case, you may need to vent the heaters. Just loosen the bleed screw with the radiator wrench until you hear a hissing sound. When the hissing stops and water leaks from it, you can close the bleed screw.
Before venting radiators, make sure that the heating is turned off and that the radiators are completely cool. Although a screwdriver can be used in some modern heaters, most heaters require a venting key to vent them. Make sure you have a cloth under the radiator valve to catch water.
We can visit you at home to get acquainted with the new heaters. If it turns out that your radiator is not heating up properly, call us so that we can examine it. Over time, the cooler may fill with air bubbles that block the flow of water.
At Hampshire Plumber, our team of radiator service experts is skilled at installing new units, troubleshooting problems with existing systems, and replacing outdated radiators with modern equivalents. Let us provide the radiator services that you need. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, so feel free to call us with complete confidence!
Our experts will solve them in no time.
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Troubleshooting Boiler Problems
If your boiler is on but the radiators are not warming up, a defective boiler pump or your central heating controls could be the likely cause. If your boiler is working but the radiators remain cold, check that the thermostat or timer is working properly. If they need to be replaced, you will need to have a licensed heating specialist do the job.
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