Great choice of styles
Radiators are no longer just a way to heat your home, they can be a focal point of the interior design. That’s why our radiator shop stocks an extensive selection of modern & traditional styles including column, panel, mirror and designer radiator shapes. There are horizontal and vertical designs, which are ideal if you’re short on wall space. If you’re going for a classic look, we also stock a selection of traditional column radiators that will look great in a period home.
White is a classic radiator finish and for good reason. It looks great amongst a range of different wall and floor colours, making it ideal if you want all the radiators in your home to match. If you’re looking to switch things up, we also stock black and anthracite radiators, perfect for anyone looking to make a statement in a modern home. If monochrome isn’t your thing, we also have a collection of chrome, stainless steel, light grey and copper radiators or, if you’re feeling creative, you can have any colour with our range of bespoke radiators.
Central heating, electric or both
In our radiator collection we stock radiators that can run off a number of fuel sources. Central heating radiators are the most popular choice as this is the system most people will already have in their homes. These radiators are efficient and their popularity means you’ll have a huge selection to choose from. Electric radiators are ideal for homes without central heating, or cold areas such as conservatories or garages not covered by your current system. They are easy to install and can heat up quickly. Lastly, we also offer dual fuel radiators. These give you the best of both worlds with standard central heating operation, alongside an additional electrical element that can be used when your central heating is switched off.
Buying Guides & Advice
Is your radiator making a clicking, banging or hissing noise and you’re not too sure where it’s coming from? Here are some reasons why your radiator could be making strange noises and how to solve them quickly.
Think of your heating as the body's circulation, with the boiler as the heart. Hidden radiator sludge is a blood clot that slowly suffocates your system. So save your home from a heart attack with this important guide on how to flush it out.