Radiator Replacements and Upgrades

Can Radiators Be Moved?

Obviously, we can do it for you! If you’re decorating and you require to get behind a radiator so that you can embellish, then this service is perfect for you. We’ll remove the radiator and put it back when you’re done painting.

When Should Radiators Be Replaced?

There’s nothing more appealing on a chilly winter day than to come house and discover your house all warm and cosy. When your main heater does not run, it might be time to bleed your radiators, power flush your system or even replace the whole system with a new one.

Eventually, most older design radiators will wear away on the inside. A number of years of water flowing through the radiator will react with the metal, enabling tiny rust particles to settle at the bottom of the radiators themselves, making for bad cold areas, stagnant air clogs and higher energy bills.

Central heating experts consider a radiator’s average lifetime to be between 8-12 years. This can suggest that radiators that are nearing the 10 year mark should be upgraded.

This is because the radiators are no longer working efficiently and will be costing you more money each year to heat your home. Before choosing to replace your radiators, make certain that you have checked their hearing performance with a heating specialist.

Upgrade Your Radiators To Energy Efficient Replacements

If you keep your radiators well maintained, their life-span can be substantially improved. Air can develop in the network over time, which stops radiators from reaching the desired temprature and particles can settle in the pipework.

In the past decade, heating system efficiency has changed substantially. Combined with better energy-efficient boilers, water heating systems and building materials has resulted in a generation of radiators that perform better and last longer.

Modern radiators are constructed better, with better internal water channelling that requires less hot water, lowering energy costs and drastically lowering possible system damage.

These radiator types are a lot smaller and more appealing to look at than the larger radiator designs. This means you are less likely to want to conceal upgraded radiators inside a radiator cover.

Choosing a double panel convector radiator suggests that it can emit more heat and faster than a single panel radiator.

Your Expert Heating Engineers in Hampshire

At Plumbers Hampshire, we provide a local service and we will usually be able to call you and schedule a premises visit within a few hours of your enquiry.

Our Gas Safe-certified heating engineers also easily and effectively carry out all types of breakdown repair work, consisting of fault detection and diagnostic options. When you need expert help in radiator replacement or repairs, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help you.

If you’re decorating and you require to get behind a radiator so that you can embellish, then this service is perfect for you. We’ll take off the radiator and put it back when you’re done decorating.