Thanks for reply. Will try it. If not will get a heating guy to come take a look.
^ Doesn't have kids. Eats only baked beans on toast. Lives in a cold house. Student life is forever lol
Your rads are poorly balanced. Presumably these 2 rads are last in the system before the water gets back to the boiler. Turn all the rads before them down ever so slightly and then check again. Once you're in a position where they all get as warm as each other then you have properly balanced the rads. Nb. the ones closest the boiler will still get hot first- so don't turn the system on then check straight away, make sure the whole system is running for a while before adjusting. I wasn't aware that Tado could zone. Was just about to push the button on £900 of Evohome, so grateful to find this out now. Will check in more detail.
They come with a range of adaptors to suit most current fitted valves. I think you’ll find a list on the Tado website.
I completely see where you're coming from. To be honest, we stopped using the Automatic schedule as it used far more energy. Our house is an old one with different parts built on. The boiler is inconveniently located for boosting and we don't have a wired thermostat. Two kids under 4 and one is in a bit that insulation is pretty bad. My wife is also a newborn photographer and uses our converted garage. Purely having control over the individual rooms and being able to set minimum temperatures has been a god send without needlessly heating parts of the house we don't need heated at other times. Plus we can switch rooms off entirely without having to go to the room. Is it necessary? Not really. Has it been helpful? Oh god yes. This is an excellent price....and the last point after having tried Hive, Nest, Honeywell and Drayton, the wireless is exceptional. It builds its own mesh and doesn't need boosters. It's the only system that has worked straight out of the box and apart from a problem with the hot water booster which was quickly solved by support...it *touch wood* has had only a couple of missteps in the two years we've had them....oh and even if the kids change the settings like they could do with standard thermostatic heads, you can set them to switch back after a predetermined time and not get caught out that way..our living room has two radiators that switch back after 1 minute of being twisted mercilessly.