How to bleed a radiator to remove air

Knowing how to bleed a radiator will make all the difference to your heating this winter. If you’re turning up your heating, but find one or more of your radiators is stone cold, it’s most likely that they need bleeding. You can bleed a radiator by essentially letting out trapped air that prevents water from heating up the entire radiator.

Another sign that your radiators need bleeding is if they make rattling, banging or gurgling noises, which can be a common issue for many households. Similar to insulating your windows for winter, knowing how to bleed a radiator will save you money on energy bills, as you won’t be losing heat. 

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