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  1. Can Electric Towel Radiators Heat a Bathroom?

    Can Electric Towel Radiators Heat a Bathroom?
    Electric towel radiators provide the elusive combination of style, practicality and function. They look fantastic, fit snugly into most bathrooms, and transform towels from damp and cold to soft, fluffy and warm. Their heat output is undeniable, but is it sufficient to fully heat a bathroom? The answer is yes — you can choose from different sizes and output levels...
  2. Facts You Didn’t Know About Underfloor Heating

    Facts You Didn’t Know About Underfloor Heating
    If you are put off by the disruption which underfloor heating could cause, take heed of these facts. Underfloor heating systems have grown in popularity over the last decade. With so many different companies selling designer radiators, it can be difficult to choose the right one for you. Sometimes the best choice is the alternative, the left turn. That’s where...
  3. What’s So Great About Aluminium Radiators?

    What’s So Great About Aluminium Radiators?
    There a range of materials you can choose from to build your radiators. Below is everything you need to know about one of the most popular. Many people could overlook the importance of the radiator material. With heat efficiency, radiator positioning and heating unit shape all being influential factors in your homes overall BTU output, the very material you use...
  4. All Benefits, No Drawbacks: The Design Classic That’s the Column Radiator

    All Benefits, No Drawbacks: The Design Classic That’s the Column Radiator
    For as long as there has been radiators, there’s been radiators with columns. Think back to your youth; chances are whenever you were in a school, a hospital or almost any other large, institutional building, it would be installed with many a column radiator. In the years since, though, time has moved on and, with them the fashions and trends...
  5. My Radiator Isn’t Working! How to Bleed a Radiator

    My Radiator Isn’t Working!   How to Bleed a Radiator
    So you’ve been informed that your plumber has balanced your system (always step one when your new radiator isn’t heating up, and especially if you fitted without plumbing assistance), and yet it’s still not heating up properly. At this point, you might be tempted to throw in the towel and check your warranty, but to save even more hassle you...
  6. How Do I Heat My Conservatory?

    You might have spent your time, effort and money building a conservatory, or bought a house that already has one; but if it’s not heated, you won’t be able to use it all year round. We all know conservatory’s are predominantly summer rooms, but in winter or on cooler evenings during summer or autumn, all too many conservatories sit empty...
  7. Winter Heating Tips

    Winter Heating Tips
    Winter Heating Tips We’re rapidly approaching the time of year where we’re all going to be turning on our heating. Depending on where you’re based, you may already have taken the plunge. Aside from purchasing a new, more efficient radiator, here are our top tips for getting warm this winter, as well as saving a few £ here and there...
  8. Why Your Living Room Needs a Designer Radiator

    Why Your Living Room Needs a Designer Radiator
    Choosing a radiator for your home is definitely not an easy task. Along with a stylish look you need to check whether the radiator offers you enough heat. If you’re worried about having the right heat output – you need to check out our BTU calculator. As well as heating, we think that a good-looking radiator is vital. Sure, you...
  9. Winter Checklist For Your Home

    Winter Checklist For Your Home
    Depending on where you’re based, winter can hit some harder than others. Regardless of whether you’re expecting to be buried under snow drifts, or simply have to whip out the winter blankets, we’ve got some tips to keep yourselves warmer this winter – and maybe save a few pennies in the process. #1: Prep-up during Autumn If you’re hit particularly...
  10. Heat Outputs

        Why do you show outputs as Delta 50 (?t 50ºC)? The heat output range is shown in watts and BTUs (British Thermal Units). Wattage is based on the system’s likely operating temperature and is shown as Delta 50 (?t 50ºC) which is the current European Rating. In our experience, most UK plumbers and heating engineers may still calculate...

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