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Radiators Buying Guide


Nobody likes feeling cold during the winter months so investing in a good quality radiator can bring real benefits to your bathroom. The great thing about our radiators is that not only do they provide a functional addition to your home, they also come in a wide range of styles and sizes, giving you the freedom to choose something that will perfectly complement your surroundings.

What are my options?

You've got numerous designs to choose from when it comes to buying a radiator for your bathroom, with the following being the key options available:

Designer Radiators: Featuring bold, striking designs, these fixtures will give your bathroom a more bespoke edge. An ideal place to look for those who want an eye-catching, contemporary finish.

Modern Radiators: The crisp, clean lines of these features makes them perfect if you're looking to uplift a dated bathroom. They come in various finishes, with anthracite proving popular at the moment for those wanting minimalist, understated decor.

Traditional Column Radiators: A classic, timeless design that will work well in any bathroom whether it's modern or traditional. They're available in a multitude of sizes and colours too so finding one that's just right for your home should be easy!

Traditional Radiators: If you want a nostalgic look then you really need to consider one of these. Take your pick from the array of colours and give your bathroom an authentic period finish.

BTU explained

One of the things you need to pay attention to when it comes to buying a new radiator is its BTU output. Put simply the BTU (British Thermal Unit) rating of a product tells you how much heat will be generated. It is an indicator of how much energy is used to heat one pound of water by one degree. The higher the rating, the more heat a radiator will produce so be sure to keep this in mind when making your purchase.

Are radiators easy to install?

Fitting a radiator yourself is no easy task if you're not familiar with this kind of work so Victorian Plumbing definitely recommends contacting a professional to install everything for you.

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