With our local and experienced engineers, Local Plumbers can provide the installation of new radiators at your property, or service and repair your existing radiator system for optimum heating efficiency.
Whether you need a new radiator installed, want an existing radiator to be moved to a new location, or have problems with any number of radiators in your property, we can help!
We can also combine the installation of new radiators with the servicing of your existing boiler system, or an upgrade to a newer, modern and ultra efficient gas boiler depending on your requirements.
Radiators are an essential part of any central heating system and provide thermostat-controlled heat to every room and area of a home. Our radiator installation & radiator repair services are available for when radiator problems occur.
Radiator problems include limited output of heat, the effects of which are often felt most during spring, autumn and the winter months. To avoid discomfort and potentially fatal living conditions for the infirm, elderly or those physically disadvantaged, our radiator repair services are affordable and perfectly compliment our power flushing services.
Our Gas-Safe registered radiator repair specialists can carry out regular radiator and central heating servicing on existing systems or install radiators.
Radiator types we’re able to install, service and repair include:
- Radiator Panels
- Cast Iron Radiators
- Vertical Radiators
- Column Radiators
- Wall Mounted Radiators
- Single and Double Radiators
- Stainless Steel & Aluminium Radiators
- Slimline & Flat Panel Radiators
- Contemporary & Classic Radiators
If the type of radiator you’re looking to install or need repairing isn’t shown above, please let us know. Our radiator engineers are trained to install and repairs all types.
Common Radiator Problems – Leaks & Blockages
When radiator problems occur, replacing radiators due to leaks or other issues can be the most expensive option. Often, a full radiator service will uncover problems that can be resolved with replacing specific parts. On older radiators or central heating systems, oxide sludge or limescale can build up, blocking hot water flow and limiting heat dispersal. When this happens, an internal clean (commonly known as a power flush) is suggested.
Contact Local Plumbers to discuss your radiator repair or installation needs – a trained heating engineer will talk you through your options.