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Radiator Service in the Baltimore Area

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Radiators are among the oldest home heating systems still in use today. Whether you need to repair your historic Howard County home’s heating equipment or you’re looking to install an efficient, low-maintenance radiator in your modern Baltimore County home, Len The Plumber has you covered. Our plumbing company has over two decades of experience installing, repairing, and replacing radiators throughout the Baltimore area.

Call 800-950-4619 or contact Len The Plumber online to schedule radiator service in Baltimore, MD. We offer same day and 24-hour emergency radiator service at no extra cost!

Residential Radiator Installation in Baltimore, MD

Are you looking to install a new heating system in your Ellicott City home? Radiators are ideal for historic properties that lack ductwork. They also create more comfortable rooms in modern homes, heating from the ground up instead of swirling heated air above your head.

The three primary types of residential radiators we install include:

  • Steam radiators: In this system, water is heated to a boil. The resulting steam then funnels throughout freestanding cast iron radiators, ceramic radiators, or a baseboard steam system. At Len The Plumber, we install ceramic radiators and baseboard systems. Cast iron is no longer installed in new homes.
  • Hot water radiators: With this type of heating system, a continual flow of hot water is used to warm homes.
  • Electric radiators: These function similarly to steam radiators, but they heat special mineral oil instead of water. Electric radiators are usually installed as individual units, rather than a central system, allowing you to turn them on and off as needed. They are best suited for home add-ons, converted garages and attics, and other spaces not tied to the central heating system.

To schedule radiator installation in Baltimore, MD, simply call 800-950-4619 or contact Len The Plumber online today. We offer flexible financing options with approved credit!

Residential Radiator Repair in the Baltimore Area

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With proper care, your home’s radiators should function efficiently for many years. While significant problems are rare, your radiators may break down occasionally, leaving you without heat until you resolve the problem. Here are some of the top reasons to schedule radiator repair with Len The Plumber:

  • Trapped air: You can tell your radiator has trapped air if the bottom half is sufficiently warm, but the top half feels cool. Fixing the issue involves bleeding the radiator and checking for the underlying cause to prevent it from happening again.
  • Sludge buildup: Feel around the outside of your radiator. If you find patchy cold spots, sludge buildup or rust could be blocking the proper flow of water within the pipes. A system flush can clear out the pipes to restore proper function.
  • Noisy operation: An overheated boiler is the most common cause of loud noises coming from your radiator. This can happen if the temperature is too high or limescale has built up inside the boiler. We can help determine the proper temperature to set your boiler or remove limescale if necessary.

Call 800-950-4619 or contact Len The Plumber online for radiator repair service in Baltimore, MD. We offer 24-hour radiator repair service, so you never have to wait long to get the help you need to restore your heating system!

Residential Radiator Replacement in Baltimore, MD

Be on the lookout for signs that your radiators are failing. If you notice leaking, rust on the exterior of the radiators, loud clanging sounds from the pipes, or abnormal temperature fluctuations, it may be time to consider a radiator replacement.

If you currently have a traditional cast iron radiator standing against the wall in each room of your home, you may be pleased to learn that modern, flat-paneled radiators are available today. These sit flush with the wall or are mounted to the wall for a more discreet design that blends in seamlessly with your decor. Modern radiators are also more energy-efficient, making it easy to keep your home comfortable while lowering your monthly heating bills.

Time to upgrade your Howard County home’s radiator? Call Len The Plumber at 800-950-4619 or contact us online for knowledgeable customer service and prompt radiator replacement services!

Frequently Asked Questions About Radiators

When it comes to installation, maintenance, and repairs of radiators throughout Baltimore and the surrounding areas, we’ve seen and heard it all! This is why we’ve put together some of the most common radiator questions we receive, from homeowners just like you.

What is a radiator?

Radiators are designed to heat your home through convection, which means they transfer heat rather than create it. They do this by drawing cool air in from the bottom and warming it as it passes over the radiator fins, unlike furnaces that blow forced air through ductwork.

Do I have a steam or water radiator?

If there is only one pipe coming from your radiator, then you definitely have a steam radiator system. Two pipes could mean you have either system, so if you’re still wondering, locate the air vent. A steam radiator’s air vent is located on the side opposite the pipe, while a water radiator should have an air vent on the top, opposite the inlet pipe.

What is causing my radiator to leak?

The most common cause of radiator leaks is corrosion. Your radiator, its hoses, and the hose connections collect sediment and rust that can lead to holes over time, resulting in leaks.

Is it safe to paint a radiator?

Yes, as long as you use a good quality emulsion paint that will withstand warm temperatures over time. Be sure to cover your radiator with a clear radiator overcoat for maximum longevity of your chosen color.

Schedule Radiator Services in Baltimore, MD

At Len The Plumber, our team of radiator service experts is skilled at installing new units, troubleshooting problems with existing systems, and replacing outdated radiators with modern equivalents. Let us provide the radiator services you need. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, so feel free to call us with complete confidence!

For flawless radiator installation, repair, or replacement service in Baltimore and the surrounding areas, call Len The Plumber at 800-950-4619 or contact us online today!

When you choose Len The Plumber for radiator service, you can always expect:

  • Upfront pricing
  • Flexible financing options, with approved credit
  • Same day and emergency service at no extra cost
  • Fully licensed, insured, and bonded plumbers who will prioritize your needs while always treating you and your home with respect
  • The highest-quality workmanship and solutions!

We invite you to check out our excellent reviews and our exclusive offers to see why our customers love us and why we’re the leading plumbing company throughout the Baltimore area, including in Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Cecil County, Harford County, Howard County, and beyond.

At Len The Plumber, your home’s comfort is our top priority! Contact us today at 800-950-4619 for industry-leading radiator services in Baltimore and the surrounding area!

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