There are essentially 3 types of radiators with the best known being the conventional or traditional type. This type is usually located near a wall or under a window and it employs a series of heat carrying pipes known as ribs. The second type is a fan-assisted radiator which is smaller and works by feeding hot water into a heat exchanger. The third and most modern type is the under-the-floor radiator which uses pipes and heating cables that are positioned beneath the flooring. The expert radiator installation technicians in our network are able to help customers determine which type of radiator will work best for their home or business.
Radiator CostsPrices are impacted by a number of factors. One is the style of radiator. Since most conventional and fan-assisted radiators are visible in a room, many radiator companies offer designer radiators that can fit any decor. The traditional school house cast iron style is ideal for vintage home or office designs. In contrast, the modern anthracite design fits in perfectly with a contemporary living or working space. Radiators also come in stark white, silver, chrome and high gloss black designs to complement virtually any room.
Free Radiator Installation QuotesRadiators are vital for heating a living or working area and it makes sense to choose a type that will blend well with the interior design of the space. The skilled professionals in our network can explain in detail how each type of radiator works and the operational costs associated with each one. Why not complete the easy form below to receive 4 free quotes from qualified radiator companies in your area?
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