Valves & Accessories

Radiators are like the unsung heroes of cosiness at home, but their effectiveness really depends on the valves and accessories that silently make them work their magic. While a basic radiator does its job, getting the right valves and accessories takes your heating experience to a whole new level of comfort, efficiency, and style.


Control Your Comfort: Imagine walking into a perfectly warm room, with each corner just the right temperature. Thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) are like conductors, letting you set individual temperatures for each room. No more chilly bedrooms or overly hot kitchens – just comfy warmth at your fingertips.


TRVs not only create cosy areas but also prevent overheating, saving you money on your energy bills. And with options like lock shields for balancing your system and bleed valves for removing air pockets, your radiator works at its best.


Stylish valves come in various finishes to match your decor, from brushed brass to chrome. And for extra peace of mind, child locks and thermostatic safety caps keep little hands safe from hot surfaces.

What to Look for When Buying a Radiator?


    • Size and Design: Radiators come in various shapes, sizes, and styles, so choose one that complements your style.
      • Material and Durability: Radiators are typically made of stainless steel, aluminium, or mild steel. Each material has its advantages, such as quick heat distribution or excellent heat retention.


  • Energy Efficiency: Find out how to save on heating costs and reduce your carbon footprint by selecting an energy-efficient radiator. Look for aluminium and electric radiators.


Why a Dual Fuel Radiator is a Smart Choice?


    • Year-Round Use: Dual fuel radiator provides the convenience of staying warm during summer months when your central heating is off. Switch to electricity and use the radiator as a standalone heating source.


    • Energy Savings: Dual fuel radiator can be more cost-effective during milder seasons compared to running your entire central heating system.


  • Independent Heating Spaces: Take advantage of dual fuel radiators, allowing you to heat specific rooms without wasting energy on the entire house.

Understanding BTU - Why It Matters?


  • BTU is a unit of measurement that indicates the amount of heat a radiator can produce.
  • Calculating BTU: Follow our simple steps to calculate the ideal BTU requirements for your room.

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