Six Benefits of Manifold Radiator Systems

Considering whether or not to take on a manifold radiator network to replace your existing heating?  Great news – there are lots of Benefits of manifold radiator systems, some of them are listed below!


They’re quick and easy to install.

This is what everyone loves to hear – that the DIY is over and done with sooner rather than later!  All it takes to fit a manifold radiator is to fit them centrally in similar positions to your existing radiator units, and then simply connect up the pipework!


There are no floor joints to worry about.

This is a huge benefit to switching to manifold – basic radiator systems have an unfortunate habit of having their jointing fitted up beneath the floor, and with modern flooring, this can be a bit of a bother – particularly if you’ve got chipboard flooring or have laminate throughout your home.  Luckily, manifold radiators need no underfloor joining, and there’s no risks of leaks beneath the floorboards!


They’re cheap to buy, and cheap to install.

As there is little external joining involved, all you need pay for are the units themselves, the basic joints on the manifold and radiator valves.  You’ll be surprised at the money you can save before you even start using them!


They provide a great level of comfort throughout your home.

Manifold radiators can be controlled by separate thermostats for each room in your home, meaning that you can easily designate how warm you wish for each area of your house to get!  With a manifold, you can also be guaranteed of a more efficient and accurate system as opposed to a standard valve setup.


They’re easy to maintain.

Another great benefit of using manifold radiators is that you needn’t worry about searching along a long line of pipework to find a fault – as everything is self-contained in one easy fitting, checking and adjusting the system is quick and hassle-free!


They’re cheaper to use long-term.

One of the best reasons for switching to a manifold system is in the efficiency and savings that your new radiators will provide you.  The room thermostats switch off an actuator if a room reaches a certain temperature and later even the boiler itself if all rooms are as warm as desired.  Standard radiator fittings merely prevent water from flowing through the fittings themselves, and do not have the ability to switch off the boiler altogether.  By allowing for areas of the system to shut off when they’re not in use, this will save you a great deal of money in the long run!

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