How Do Radiators Work?

Central heating radiators come in all shapes and sizes, suitable for a range of budgets and styles of home, but they all work in the same way. Hot water enters the radiator through one pipe where it flows directly to the top and spreads through the body of the radiator. Radiators are designed with a large amount of surface area so the hot water stays close to the metal surface. Heat then naturally transfers through the metal into your home. As the water cools, it drops to the bottom of the radiator where it returns back to the boiler to be heated again.

Classic Style Radiators

Classic radiators are very popular as they are the most affordable and often the most efficient models on the market. Their design harks back to classic European homes so they look the part in old villas and bungalows as well as modern homes.

Classic radiators come in a wide range of widths and heights to suit the available space. For example, long, skinny radiators are commonly positioned underneath windows as the rising heat creates a thermal curtain that helps prevent heat escaping through the glass.

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Modern Style Radiators

Modern radiators are usually much more minimalist in their design, with flatter panels and hidden fins. They are perfect for contemporary homes and are often coloured to match the decor so they are much less intrusive and obvious.

There is a wide range of styles and finishes available so we are sure to find something that will suit your home perfectly.

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Premium, Custom Radiators

For the most discerning home owner, we have access to special ranges of unique, custom built radiators that will really make a statement. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an old one, there are custom radiators available to enhance the design of your home and make a real statement.

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Heated Towel Rails

These come in a wide variety of styles from standard crome ladder forms to avantgarde pieces of radiator art. Some models are dual-fuel, able to be heated by electricity in the summer months when your central heating system isn’t required.

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