Jul 152010
 

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A central heating system is a great addition to any home, but a less than desired addition is the rust that starts to appear on your radiators. If you find you have rust on your radiators, please don’t leave it as it will only get worse. Unfortunately there are some homeowners that don’t care about their radiators, but leaving it won’t make it get any better. And of course, any visitors coming round won’t look highly on your decorative rust making an appearance on the radiators. So, if this sounds like something your house suffers with, its time to do something about it.

Some people might like to refer to this as central heating spring cleaning. With a memorable name like this, there are plenty of reasons why you should take some time out to do central heating maintenance. There are many different things you can do to make sure your central heating system is in good condition, and the important focus of the day is going to be how to get rid of those rusty radiators.

Lets say you are a housewife with central heating Newcastle. You have organised for some friends to come over but you’re concerned about your unsightly radiators. Residents of Newcastle, and other places in the UK, are typically inquisitive and like to snoop around people’s homes when they visit, so the last thing you want them to see is a rusty radiator. It could even be that you’re trying to sell your Newcastle home, in which case, rusty radiators really will give a bad impression. It doesn’t actually matter if you’re a housewife or a bachelor; the tips enclosed herewith will help you get your radiators looking brand new again – whatever the important date is.

Tip1: Did you know that rust is actually very common on radiators, and it is all caused by the water in the central heating system. Start to cure the problem by stripping the radiator back to its bare metal surface. Do this properly by using a proper paint and varnish stripper.
Tip 2: After stripping, you need to use a primer which will seal the surface ready for the next application.
Tip 3: As soon as the radiator is dry, you can start thinking about applying the enamel.
Tip 4: Head down to your local DIY store to pick up all these bits and more – there’s a great selection to choose from.
Tip 5: A really good piece of advice is to make sure you don’t use ordinary wall paint on radiators as this can react with the heat emitted from the radiator and cause problems.

So, if you want to give the radiators in your home a new lease of life, the tips in this article should help with spring cleaning your central heating system.


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