Welcome back to the Only Radiators Blog where, today, we’re going to be sharing one of our favourite brands with you: Hudson Reed. Hudson Reed Radiators are one of the most popular radiator collections in the UK for a very simple reason: they combine luxury products with comfort, functionality and reliability, all at sensible prices.
Your living room is where you relax, spend time with your family and entertain guests, so you'll want it to look good. When it comes to choosing a living room radiator, there are a lot of different things to consider. So, with that in mind, here are some things you should consider when choosing designer radiators for living rooms, swiftly followed by some of our favourite living radiators on the market today.
Is there anything more annoying than coming home to find your radiator leaking water? Luckily, we’re going to show you how to fix a leaking radiator so that you can get back to enjoying your warm and happy home in no time!
Let's face it, no-one enjoys getting out of the shower or bath to be greeted by a damp, uninviting towel. With the many modern developments it's an all too familiar experience for many of us, when it really shouldn't be in this modern society of ours.
Versatile, decorative and bound to be a talking point at dinner parties, vertical radiators are a popular addition to many homes thanks to the fact that, well, they look pretty darn great.
A slightly more modern alternative to your classic horizontal radiator, vertical radiators come in a variety of sizes, finishes and styles with the added bonus of saving you valuable wall space.
It’s never been easier to make a statement with your home heating thanks to our sheer multitude of available stylish feature radiators. Sit back and enjoy as we take you through our Top 5 Feature Radiators, unveiling some of the most incredible radiator styles available through our online store.
Trying to choose the best home heating system? Conventional radiators and underfloor heating are both great ways to heat your home. In this article, we’ll examine the pros and cons of each system, making decision making easier for you!
Knowing what causes mould is the first step to completely avoiding having to do anything besides cracking a window open sometimes. Or just looking at your ventilation. Because mould in the house is caused by condensation. Easy.