You don’t need to touch your boiler to control the temperature in your home. You can keep all of your rooms warm and cosy using your thermostat and adjust the temperature in individual rooms using the controls on your radiators.
You can set the temperature of your central heating system, and the time it comes on and off, using your central heating thermostat. Your thermostat controls the heating system based on the temperature inside your home. Whenever the temperature drops below the minimum setting, the system will be activated and the radiators will warm up.
You can regulate the temperature in individual rooms using the Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV’s) on your radiators. TRV’s are attached to the side of the radiator and alter the flow of hot water based on the setting, with five being the highest and one the lowest.
To set the temperature of individual rooms, turn the heating on with the thermostat and let the whole house warm up for an hour. Check the temperature in each room. Then turn the TVR dial up (towards five) to increase it, or down (towards one) to decrease it, until you find your ideal setting.