A guide to caring for your Alde heating system to keep it running all year-round.
We designed the Alde hydronic heating system to deliver exceptional performance, unrivaled efficiency, and total comfort for years on end. Routine maintenance is crucial to the longevity of your Alde system. In this article, we’ll talk you through caring for your Alde hydronic heating system so you can enjoy it as it should be enjoyed.
The maintenance needs of your Alde system will change depending on the season, so we have put together four additional seasonal guides to help you carry out the appropriate maintenance should you need to.
Here are a few tips relating to some of the most common general maintenance questions that we get from our customers.
You should replace the glycol fluid in your Alde system at least every two years or if it is turbid and/or develops an unusual odor. We recommend our own Alde Antifreeze.
You can use your heating even if your system’s fresh water supply is drained. There are no electrical components in the hot water cylinder.
It is important to renew the boiler’s air cushion every 10 days. The air cushion is a small gathering of air in the boiler of the heating system which makes room for water to expand and protects the boiler from issues such as pressure shocks from the water pump.
The Night and Day modes make it easier to use your heating system more efficiently. By setting the program to ‘All,’ you can set a preferred temperature for daytime and nighttime hours. If you’d prefer a cozier caravan to sleep in, you can set the system to be warmer during the night than in the daytime, or vice versa.
Read more about Night Mode, or Day Mode.
Our season-specific guides to caring for your Alde system will help you keep your system in top condition all year-round. Click the links below for each guide:
For more information about the Alde hydronic heating system, please read our FAQs to see if your query has been answered. If you need further assistance, please get in touch with us.
Warm regards, Alde