When you choose your radiator or towel rail it can get a little bit confusing as to which valves you should buy and which go with what radiator.
What you need to remember is if:
Your pipe work is coming out of the floor and the radiator/towel rail has side connections then you will need a set of Angled valves.
If your pipe work is coming out of the floor and the radiator or towel rail has underneath connections you will need a set of Straight valves.
If your pipe work is coming out of the wall and the radiator or towel rail has side connections then you will need a set of either Angled or Corner Valves.
If your pipe work is coming out of the wall and the radiator or towel rail has underneath connections then you will need a set of either Angled or Corner Valves.
How much is delivery?
We offer free standard, 3-5 working days delivery on all products.
Are any of your radiators dual fuel?
Some of our radiators can also work as dual-fuel applications, which means that when your main heating system might be turned off in the summer, you can still operate your radiators electrically if required. Consult your plumber for more information.
Do you have any electric-only radiators?
Where your installation location does not have immediate access to an existing water supply, we offer purpose-built electric-only items for a quick and easy solution to your heating needs. These products are supplied filled with an electrical inhibitor solution and fitted with a compatible heating element.
Where should I position my pipework for my radiators?
All our dimensional details are featured on all products, however due to manufacturing tolerances, we strongly suggest that your final pipework position is not completed until your receive your goods.
What radiator designs offer the best heat output?
The larger surface area a radiator has, the more heat will be generated. Painted finishes offer a slightly better heat output than chrome-finished items. To get additional heat output from the same area, you can choose radiator options that feature multiple rows of tubes, panels or columns which provide more surface area.
How much heat will I need?
Radiator heat outputs are measured in BTUs – ‘British thermal units’ or Watts if they are electric. All rooms are individual and therefore the heat output required from your selected radiator will vary. It is important that you choose the correct radiator to ensure that enough heat is generated to keep your comfortable. A sensible top is to always choose a model will a higher heat output than you require, as this can always be controlled by turning them down.