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We are all familiar with radiators, those of us that have them in our homes know that they heat up and warm our houses.

The Boiler heats water that flows through pipes in your home, the radiators are coils of that pipe that give off heat this is helped by their casing.

The heat of the radiators is controlled centrally by the room thermostat.  You can also help regulate the heat of the radiators by using Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV’s).

TRV’s control the radiators, not the boiler. They will add to the effectiveness of any control system, even the fully-pumped system.

Thermostatic radiator valves will allow control of individual room temperature by gradually closing down a radiator if a room starts to overheat.

A thermostatic radiator valve should not be fitted to the radiator located in the same room as the controlling room thermostat.

It is also important to maintain your radiators.

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