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If you are planning on doing some decorating throughout your home, chances are that if you want a professional finish then you will need to also remove the radiator. See Blog – How To Drop A Radiator for Decorating Even when it comes to a thorough cleaning of your home the one thing that we never even consider is all those years of unnoticed dust that has accumulated behind our radiators! Dust behind radiators is a hidden place often missed during normal cleaning.  Significant dust collects behinds the radiator, which can then be distributed around the room by the airflow...

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Dust is unavoidable, it gets everywhere in our homes, and we all should know what that feels like. Dust is comprised of things found within your home. A matter like animal hair, pet dander, textile fibres, paper fibres, human skin cells, human hair, and food particles are just a few of the materials that make up indoor dust. Every time you open a door into your home, you are also allowing access for dust particles to come in as well. Dust can become the perfect breeding ground for insects and allergens.  If inhaled the particles can be harmful to humans...

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A radiator circulates water to provide heat in a room, they are usually installed with clips or brackets that are fixed to the wall. There are a number of occasions when removing a radiator would make life a lot easier, especially when it comes to decorating behind and also for cleaning all that accumulated dust away! See Blog – How To Decorate Behind A Radiator The major thing that prevents DIYer’s from removing radiators is simple, they really are not specialised in this field and it is recommended to call out a local plumber, who can remove and replace the...

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Airborne Contamination When using our central heating radiators, they become the heart and lungs of the home during the cold spells and winter months that we all rely on for our warmth comfort and wellbeing. But few of us ever relate radiators to poor indoor air quality and health issues in our homes. It is now becoming evident our insulated airtight homes have significantly changed the indoor environments in which our radiators operate. Radiators have now become the main source of airflow throughout the home, by heat convection recirculating warm air. See Blog -  Can You Be Allergic To Central...

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Any home Central Heating system can become complicated and something that most people don’t want to mess with if they do not know what they are dealing with! But at some point, you may find yourself in a position where you have no choice but to remove a radiator and the most common reason for this is when it comes to decorating behind! One thing that is also ignored is the amount of dust that has accumulated behind the radiator over time too! See Blog – The Importance of Cleaning Radiators See Blog – How Much Dust Does A Radiator...

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