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Should TRVs be installed on the flow or the return pipe when fitting a radiator?

Most modern thermostatic radiator valves are bi-directional - so can be fitted on either the flow or return pipe of your radiator. However, it's always best practice to fit the TRV on the flow pipe that enters your radiator. If…
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Should I consider changing my existing TRVs?

You should replace your TRVs, or at least upgrade the TRV heads, if they are 10 or more years old. TRVs can decline in terms of performance and accuracy over time. To learn more about what TRVs are and why they may be beneficial,…
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Can TRVs reduce my heating bills?

Thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) offer several benefits, assisting your radiators to operate in an energy efficient manner for long-term savings on your heating bills. Find out more in our Advice Centre blog, What are Thermostatic…
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Can a TRV be fitted to a towel rail?

Yes. A thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) can be attached to a towel rail, and will offer the same functionality as it would when teamed with a radiator.