Radiator technology has moved on leaps and bounds in recent times so if the radiators in your home are more than twenty years old, it’s high time you considered upgrading them. Major improvements in design, manufacturing techniques and materials mean that the latest radiators are around 50 per cent more efficient than those manufactured before 2000. Newer radiators also heat up much more quickly, helping to keep your costs low. Best of all, radiators are now available in a wider range of styles and designs than ever before making it easy to find one that you like.
If you are having problems with your radiators or find yourself in need of boiler repair in Brighton, Hove or anywhere in Sussex or the UK, it may be time to consider upgrading your entire central heating system. Replacing the radiators within your existing heating system will increase efficiency and reduce your running costs but you’ll gain even more if you change your boiler at the same time.
If you own a period property or simply want to give your home a retro look, traditional white column radiators are one option, but it’s also possible to put a modern spin on this classic style by fitting black or silver radiators instead. Single or double panel convector radiators take up less space than column models and feature a simple, unobtrusive design that fits in well with a contemporary look.
Instead of blocking your radiators from view with furniture or hiding them inside boxes – both of which can significantly reduce their efficiency – you can choose a designer radiator and make your heating system a feature of your home. You can find out more about the options available to you by contacting a reputable local firm about fitting new radiators and replacement boilers in Brighton or elsewhere.
Modern designer radiators are available in a range of styles and shapes to suit any room in your house. Truly beautiful to look at, designer radiators combine fantastic visual appeal with the ability to provide efficient heat output, bringing you the best of both worlds. If you prefer your heating system to remain more discrete, super slimline designs are also available in a range of colours that blend in so well with your home décor that you’ll hardly know they are there.