Radiator Heating

 

Radiators have an amazingly quick reaction time, heating an area within a short amount of time, using little energy.

With every installation of radiators, we offer a radiator consultation with you. It's at this time that we work with you to make sure each room’s heating needs are met with appropriately sized radiators at the same time as ensuring your aesthetic preferences are being addressed.

 

Classic Range

Although we install many different types and styles of radiators, the Classic radiators are the standard range we install. The Classic range come in a vast variety of sizes and combinations.

Available Heights: 200mm, 400, 500, 600, 700 and 900

Available Lengths: 400mm-2000mm, 2200mm, 2400mm, 2700mm and 3000mm

Available Types:

 Classic Range Radiator

Classic Range Radiator

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Flat Finish Radiators

We also offer a range of flat finish radiators. There are the Design radiators that have a perfectly smooth front, or there are the Style radiators that are smooth with a small horizontal groove displayed at the front.

The Design and Style ranges come in most of the same sizes as the Classic range. If you would like information on sizing and availability of the Design and Style ranges contact us. 

 Design Radiator

Design Radiator

 Style Radiator

Style Radiator

 

All of our range of Classic, Design & Style radiators come in a white finish but can be powder-coated to a colour of your choice for something a little different.

They also come with a 25 year manufacturer’s warranty!

 

Designer Radiators & Towel Racks

We also have access to a large range of designer radiators towel rails to suit every decor style & application. Please contact us for more information. 

 Designer Radiator

Designer Radiator

 Designer Towel Rail

Designer Towel Rail

 Vertical Emphasis Radiator

Vertical Emphasis Radiator

maintenance - rADIATOR BLEEDING SOLUTION

Does one of your radiators feel cooler than another? Are you hearing a slight gurgling noise? Perhaps air may have entered the radiator. To remove the air so the water can once more fill the cooler radiator and effectively heat it up again, try bleeding the radiator. Please click here and follow the steps as outlined in the guide.