Is it ‘safe’ to have TRV on all radiators?
The room where our original Tado Smart Thermostat is is the only radiator in our gas-powered heating system currently without a TRV.
We know Tado give their blessing to having a Smart Radiator Thermostats in the room where the Smart Thermostat is located - for the reason we want to have it - it just gets too hot in that room when other rads in other parts of the house are getting up to their temperature.
The thing that’s playing on my mind - traditional central heating plumbers all say that heating system must have one room that doesn’t have a TRV.
Of course, we’re not in that world any more - but, before I pay the plumber to come in and take out the straight pipe and put in a TRV, I’m looking for assurance /confirmation that it’s ‘safe’ to have TRV on all radiators.
What are the reasons that traditional central heating systems insist on one room that doesn’t have a TRV? Does that make any sense in a Tado world?