Keeping Your Central Heating in Good Condition January 01, 2019 In this blog post, we've listed different ways to keep your central heating in good condition. From lagging the pipes to keeping on top of the condition of your radiators, there's many to consider. If you require our services, take a look at our services page or simply give us a call via our phone number on, 0161 942 6622. In addition to this, we have more contact details at the bottom of this page. Checking The RadiatorsIf your radiators are suffering from trapped air it can make your home feel colder. Keeping on top of the condition of your radiators is also part of the different ways to keep your central heating in good condition. Making sure there aren't no cold spots on your radiators is a good thing to check for regularly; however if this is noticeable, it could mean that your radiators need bleeding.Pipe LaggingWhen the colder temperatures come, pipes can freeze up. Which means that it can cause the central heating to stop working properly; even more so, possibly the need for replacing burst pipes. Lagging the pipes can potentially give your pipes more protection for years to come and is a great option for keeping your central heating in good condition. Keeping an Eye on The Boiler PressureKeeping an eye on the pressure of your boiler is important. This is because its important to keep your boiler working efficiently; the pressure needs to be right. In addition to this, below, there are a number of other things you should consider. Other Things to ConsiderOn top of the few considerations we've made above, there are some that are also worth mentioning; this includes keeping an eye on the colour of your pilot light. Another consideration you should know about is to put both smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in your home. Why? Because smoke and carbon monoxide can be lethal. Below are the different ways of getting in touch with us here at Richard's Heating & Plumbing Ltd; so please do so if you need our services.Contact Us If you require any of our services, please don't hesitate to get in touch, you can reach us by simply giving us a call on, 0161 942 6622. Alternatively, you can also send us a message via the contact form on our website or even send us an email via our email address at, firstname.lastname@example.org. To see our services, visit our services page.