The fantastic value and many options of electric towel rail available right now mean adding a slick new bathroom heating feature has never been simpler. Jump aboard for a roller coaster ride through everything you need to know about these trendy units as well as another classic Only Radiators Top Five!
Electric radiators are not technically new but they’ve not been an economical home heating move for long. We’ve brought you the low-down on these great pieces of equipment so follow us to find out just why this exciting addition to the home can trump your traditional systems.
At Only Radiators we are always hot on the latest heating trends and there is none more current and classy a trend than the seductive mirror radiator. We stock a fantastic range of these mirror designer radiators and so we’ve gathered five of the very best for you to reflect upon!
Classic cast-iron or sleek new design? Aluminium radiators are the home heating market’s hottest feature so if you’re looking for loads of great reasons why it’s time to buy aluminium, or just that final nudge in the right direction, check out this comprehensive guide and decide once and for all!
A centrally heated towel rail is a modern necessity. An electric towel rail is always there when you need it. But a DUAL fuel heated towel rail will transform your bathroom for the better (and slash your heating bills as a bonus).
Replacing a radiator is not the easiest DIY task but it’s by no means impossible. Heck, it’s even sort of fun in a masochistic kind of way. Click here to discover everything you’ll need to replace a radiator as well as a guide to getting it done.
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.