If you’re experiencing lukewarm radiators or cold spots that give uneven heating to your radiators, it’s time to investigate the cause. You might be able to pinpoint the cause by answering these questions:
- When was the system installed?
- When was the last time an inhibitor was introduced to the system?
- When was the system last power flushed?
If the answers are 15 years + never and never, then that’s probably why the radiators aren’t performing to their maximum. If there isn’t any inhibitor in a system, then corrosion will happen, with scale building up. Both could be the cause of radiator cold spots as they prevent water circulation.
It’s essential to keep your heating system in top condition by regularly checking and maintaining it. One crucial thing to keep an eye on is whether or not an inhibitor has been introduced to the system. If it has been a long time since this was done or it has never been completed, then it’s likely that corrosion and scale buildup has occurred, leading to poor water circulation and cold radiator spots. Additionally, the system may need a power flush, which can only be done by a professional. If you’re experiencing radiator issues or want to ensure your heating system is in good shape, make sure to get help from our reputable plumbing and heating engineers in London. We provide installation, repair, replacement, and maintenance services for gas and plumbing systems in your home or business.