For those who prefer a more contemporary edge, our gold towel radiators are a perfect choice. The brushed black bathroom radiator offers a sleek, modern look, while the matt black dual fuel radiator combines style with versatility. Complementing these are the matt black heating towel radiators, ideal for maintaining a consistent theme throughout your bathroom. The black ladder radiator, a blend of functionality and design, stands out as a statement piece.
Our collection also features an array of chrome towel radiators, including the elegant chrome-finished square angled radiator, which adds a bright, clean look to any bathroom. These chrome options are perfect for those seeking a minimalist yet stylish design.
For more specific needs, our range includes a variety of bathroom radiators tailored to different tastes and requirements. The towel rail radiator, a classic choice, offers practicality and style. Small towel radiators are ideal for compact spaces, ensuring efficiency without compromising on design. In contrast, the white towel radiator and white towel rail provide a fresh, airy feel to any bathroom decor.
Lastly, our designer towel radiator options cater to those looking for a unique touch. These radiators are not just functional items but pieces of art that elevate the aesthetic of your space.
Our collection, encompassing everything from the luxury of gold to the sleekness of chrome and the boldness of black, ensures that you will find the perfect radiator to match your style and meet your heating needs.
All radiators require valves to regulate the water flow into the units, and these are now available in a range of designs and finishes. To easily halt the flow of the central heating circuit into the towel radiator, radiator valves are essential regardless of their shape. There used to be multiple entrance radiator valves and the extremely popular microbore radiator valve, which is still used in old stone buildings and on conventional systems.
Due to the widespread use of radiators as a heating source, two pipe systems and a far more effective central heating circuit were developed. If you're planning to purchase a new radiator, you could utilise your current valves, but if you're altering the pipes or the radiator's design, you could need to change the valves.
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