Designer Radiators

There is a huge range of designer radiators with lots of different designs to choose from. There are many different manufacturers offering lots of additional features such as mirrors and towel holders and radiator hooks. These radiators all add style and unique design to your room and also offer a range of BTUs and colours.
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Q. What is a designer radiator?
A. Designer radiators are beautiful contemporary designs that come in a range of style and colours.
Q. Why should I choose a designer radiator?
A. Designer radiators are perfect for ultra modern homes, or if you are looking for something a bit different, or want to add a touch of class to the room. Some of these designs are quite plain and minimalist which would suit any room or home that wasn't specifically traditonally designed. There is a wide range of these styles to choose from, meaning that you are pretty certain to find your perfect one.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. All of the radiators in this category have been designed for fairly modern style homes, and would certainly not fit into a traditional style space. However, there is a huge range to choose from meaning endless fun and choices to be made. You will need to decide on the colour you would like, single or double panel, the heat output you will need, the kind of wall you are installing onto, the type of feel you are looking to create and whether you want to hang the radiator vertically or horizontally. This may be limited by the space you have available.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my designer radiator?
A. You will need radiator valves to connect your pipework into the radiator. See the technical drawings for the one that you want to buy, and check with your installer whether you would need straight or angled valves. As a general rule, if the radiators inlets are on the sides of the raditor and your pipework is coming out from the wall or up from the floor you will need angled valves. if the inlets are at the bottom of the radiator and your pipework is coming up from the floor you will need straight radiator valves, or if the pipe work is coming out from your wall you will need angled valves. Always check the adverts and technical carefully.
Q. Are designer radiators suitable for use in a cloakroom bathroom?
A. We would usually say no as cloakroom bathrooms tend only to be big enough to accommodate a toilet and basin or at the most a small towel rail design.