Here at Great Rads, we pride ourselves in showcasing the most innovative heating technologies available on the market today. Making sure that we keep tabs on the next big thing in home heating is what keeps us at the height of the radiator game. Whether you’re looking for unique radiator finishes or a quick to heat dual fuel beauty, we always strive for the best here at Great Rads. That’s what keeps us up there as one of the top designer radiator sellers in the country, bringing warmth and comfort to homes across the nation. We strive to utilise our in-depth research and heating know how to bring you the best heating options from across the international market.
Radiators for kitchens are some of the most diverse kinds on the market, giving users quick and efficient options to warm up these tricky to heat spaces. There is always an option for any home, whatever your price range, but there will no doubt be a few queries to address before you invest.
Much like radiators designed for the bathroom, kitchen radiators have a unique set of needs that prop up the specific requirements of the room. This makes the kitchen radiator one that designers must truly show their creative flare when making. The reason or this is in the wide range of extenuating circumstances which the kitchen has over the rest of the home. Firstly, the wide range of appliances used in the kitchen keep it quite warm already and take up a lot of the wall space in the kitchen, making the area restrictive for heating units. Secondly, the kitchen radiator is not often sued in tandem with the rest of the homes heating appliances. This is because the kitchen is only used during specific, and usually opposing times of the day to other rooms and so central heating in this room can be quite tricky to calibrate correctly.
There are a wide range of options when it comes to designer kitchen radiators. Many people decide to go for vertical column designs in their homes. These are radiators which address the spatial needs of the kitchen whilst also functioning as a towel or cloth rail. This ensures that you are using the limited space in the kitchen economically, whilst also tailoring your radiator around the needs of the room. Other options include going dual fuel, addressing the heating requirements of the bathroom and ensuring that you can heat how you want when using the kitchen.