We are lookign to decorate our bathroom and as part of this we want to change the radiator in our bathroom to a towel radiator. It looks like a straight forward job as the current radiator is connected using flexible pipes so connecting the new raditor should be quite easy.
The question i wish to ask is whether I can actually do this because I live in an appartment with a communal boiler and central heating system. This boiler is located in a small plant room which i do not have access to and serves 6 appartments. Will it be possible to bleed my system without having access to the boiler or is it even wise to do such a job or will i need to contact my management company?
I can control the central heating and switch it off within the appartment but I am not too sure whther this will be suffice. I live in an appartment that is only 1 year old so the system is new.
I have searched everywhere for an answer to this question as I don't want to start something and then realise I have made a HUGE mistake.
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