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FIXTURES & FINISHES


Aluminium is also very thermally efficient so requires less water and can work effectively with lower water temperatures (often produced when using renewable energy sources).


Steel is still the most popular material to use and is often used for designer styles due to its flexibility. It can be used in both traditional and more modern styles. Due to the flexibility of the material there is often a much larger than normal variety of sizes available in each range. Cast iron is a traditional material dating


back from the Victorian era. Cast iron radiators take longer to heat up, but once the heating is switched off they can hold their heat for longer than other materials, continuing to heat the room. These are best suited to period homes with less insulation needing a constant heat source.


Depending on the your price range, a vast collection of colours and special finishes could be available. White is no longer the staple choice, with chrome, black and anthracite becoming more popular choices for radiator designs. Colour is an increasingly important selection criteria, with hundreds of colours and special finishes to choose from when matching your interior scheme.


Whether you want your radiators to


blend in with neutral tones or make a focal point with vibrant colours and mottled effects, you can opt to have your radiator powder coated in a colour or finish of choice prior to delivery. Not only does this produce a far better quality of finish, it’s actually more cost effective than having them painted yourself. However, something to bear in mind in your planning and decision process is that ‘specials’ are made to order and can take between four and six weeks to be delivered.


New colours and finishes are often


introduced in response to the latest interior trends. One exciting development that promises to prove popular in 2018 is galvanised finishes. Colours such as antique copper, antique brass and satin nickel will seamlessly integrate the metallic trend into your home. From traditional radiators to modern designs, products are available in a range of dimensions and colour options to ensure you are able to find the perfect radiator to match both your style preferences and efficiency requirements in the home.


Simon Morris is marketing manager at The Radiator Company


www.theradiatorgallery.com


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