Radiators play a vital role in any central heating system. There are so many options available with various sizes, colours and even shapes to suit the space and style of your home.
We can help you choose the best radiator to suit your needs and we’ll calculate the BTU output required for the size of your room to make sure you get the heat that you need.
For a small space you should consider using a compact radiator, with panels and fins encased inside the end and top grilles. A compact radiator will give you a sleek and stylish design and not take up too much space.
If you’re choosing a bathroom radiator, don’t forget that a towel rail is an option to give you the warmth you need, but also increase your drying capacity on those cold wet days.
A standard radiator will normally be a single panel, with a slim design to give you a close fit to the wall. A double panel radiator allows a greater surface area for an increased heat output giving you extra heating capacity in your room, which is useful for larger spaces.
We recommend fitting Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV’s), to your radiators, as this allows you to manually control the temperature of a room by changing the flow of hot water to that particular radiator. This also means you can easily switch off radiators in rooms you don’t wish to heat, which helps you to conserve energy.
Take your heating to the next level, by installing a SMART system and Smart TRVs to give you total control of the heating in individual rooms. A Smart system gives you the flexibility to set optimum temperatures in specific rooms, giving you the ability to choose which ones you want to be the warmest, helping you to save energy and money. It also means you never have to come back to a cold house; if it suddenly turns cold whilst you’re out and about, you can pop the heating on by simply using the app on your phone.
What is the BTU (British Thermal Unit) value you need?
What size is the room?
How many do you need?
What style do you need?
What’s the best location for a radiator?
Plumbed or electric?
What valves do you need, TRV’s or SMART?
Energy efficiency ratings of the radiator?
What drying capacity do you need?
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