Having an airlock during winter has been a common issue. Mornings are frosty, days are cruelly cold, and nights are miserably cold. It's not the time of year when you want your radiators to be cold or your hot water faucets to be turned off entirely. But that's exactly what might happen if your pipes become clogged with air. When the air becomes caught in your central heating or hot water system, hot water cannot circulate, leading radiators to cease heating and hot water taps to stop working. To get the hot water flowing again, you must first remove the air from the system. Having an emergency plumber will always help you get rid of this situation.