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Adige Blog

Welcome to ADIGE Towel Radiators Blog which is updated by our experienced team on a regular basis. As well as offering you a wide range of products, we also wish to communicate in real time with our web site visitors and customers.

 

Here you will find useful information on towel radiators and heated towel rails, ask questions about our products & services and get prompt answers to your queries.

 

With over 14 years of experience in our field, this blog is our perfect solution to share this hard earned and gained experience in the world of heated towel rails. We have plenty of How to Guides, tips and general advice on home improvements, bathroom renovations, heat requirements and designer towel radiators.

 

You may find these great posts and articles by following the links under popular blog tags or by following the links under blog archive. For your convenience below are the direct links to those 10 most recent posts.

 

 
How to Prevent a Central Heating Meltdown

With winter upon us, the nights are growing colder and you can no longer avoid turning the central heating on. If your central heating is in good condition, this will be a seamless process, but if your boiler is feeling its age, there is every chance that you might run into problems in the very near future. So how can you reduce your risk of ending up with no heating as winter approaches?

In a wet system, central heating boilers heat the water that circulates around your network of radiators. I...

How to Fix a Leaking Tap

Leaking taps are hardly an emergency, but if left to drip incessantly they can drive a person insane. A constantly dripping tap is also a tremendous waste of water, which if you are on a water meter, could prove to be rather expensive: a leaky tap can quite easily drip away up to 24,000 litres of water over a twelve month period. So why do people ignore leaky taps?

A DIY Fix

Most people put up with a leaking tap because they mistakenly think it is difficult to fix and if they have to c...

Hard or Soft - Know Your Drain Blockages!

Blocked drains of any description can be a total nightmare. Nobody likes standing in a foot of soapy water every time they have a shower and a blocked toilet is deeply unpleasant, particularly if it’s the only one available and you all ate curry last night. Blockages are one of the commonest plumbing problems. They affect most home and business owners at one time or another, but what not many people realise is that there are two types of blockage: hard and soft. So what is the difference and how...

Prevent Costly Bathroom Plumbing Problems Tomorrow by Acting Today

The bathroom is considered one of the most private rooms of the home, and certainly the most important to proper hygiene. We all have heard about the value you can add to your home by remodelling your bathroom, but what many people fail to realise is the potential cost a bathroom can add to your credit card if small issues are not caught and fixed promptly. Between plumbing systems and heating systems that run throughout the area, small problems can quickly turn into costly ordeals that impact t...

How to Cope with a Plumbing Emergency

Plumbing emergencies come in all shapes and sizes, from blocked toilets and leaking radiators to burst pipes and broken taps. However, some problems are more urgent than others. For example, you shouldn’t ignore a blocked toilet or a burst pipe whereas a leaking radiator could be left for a bit longer as long as you placed a container under the leaking section of pipe. So if the worst happens and you end up dealing with a plumbing emergency, what do you need to do?

Burst water

Turn the Water Off Immediat...
Help! My Boiler Isn't Working!

There are very few things more annoying in life than a broken down central heating boiler. Boilers invariably break down at the most inconvenient time—typically when the temperature outside is below zero and your bank account is running on empty. But before you call out a heating engineer, there are a few things you should check.

No Fuel

Mains gas boilers don’t run out of fuel because the gas supply is continuous (unless you have been cut off for any reason), but if you have an oil or LPG boil...