If you’ve got radiators that take a while to heat up, or you notice them making gurgly sounds, it may be time to bleed your radiator.
Bleeding a radiator involves letting any trapped air out. This video, by our partner Worcester Bosch, shows you step-by-step how to do this.
A vital point to remember is to turn off your heating system before bleeding your radiators – you don’t want to get burnt!
Plus, you may need to top up the pressure again after bleeding your radiators – since air pressure still counts as pressure!