Just Radiators Advice Centre

  1. Should you buy a cast iron radiator?

    Should you buy a cast iron radiator?

    Here at Just Radiators we have an amazing range of Cast Iron Traditional Radiators. From simple ‘old school’ column designs to the more intricate and ornate hand burnished designs as pictured above from the Paladin Shaftsbury range.   Offering a touch of period elegance and an amazing feature in any room within your property. We have a wide range of...
  2. Luxury Stainless Steel Radiators

    Luxury Stainless Steel Radiators

    Luxury Stainless Steel Radiators… For a warm and stylish home. We all like a little luxury in our lives. Why should our radiators be an exception? Stainless steel radiators make a stylish addition to any home. There is no longer a need to compromise between design and practicality. If you are looking for something a little different than your typical...
  3. 6 Designer Radiators That Will Transform Your Home

    6 Designer Radiators That Will Transform Your Home

    Radiators are no longer boring white boxes that are only there to heat up your home. In fact, homeowners use the new and innovative units to make a big style statement in their room and match them to the décor of the house. Here at Just Radiators, our hand-picked range of designer radiators are our pride and joy. It is...
  4. Our top picks for Vertical Radiators

    Our top picks for Vertical Radiators

    Here at Just Radiators, we have the highest quality selection of vertical radiators which are kind to the pockets. Our extensive collection of vertical radiators and towel radiators are available in a plethora of sizes, finishes, designs, colours and styles, which will complement any modern and contemporary home brilliantly! Whatever your goal, our vertical radiators are designed to achieve it...
  5. Electric Radiators – A Cost Effective Solution for your Home!

    Electric Radiators – A Cost Effective Solution for your Home!

    Central heating radiators are the perfect choice if you want to heat your whole house at once; however, you’re not going to be in all your rooms at once. So, why waste money and heat rooms that you’re not in? An electric radiator works separately to your central heating system, which enables you the flexibility and control to heat one...
  6. Why a Stainless Steel Radiator is Perfect for your Property

    Why a Stainless Steel Radiator is Perfect for your Property

    When choosing a radiator for your home, there is so much to think about: style, material, brand, size, colour, finish, price, BTU; the list goes on. Here at Just Radiators, we think it’s important to help you through your journey in making a perfect choice. That’s why we recommend Stainless Steel radiators. They are a must-have in any modern and...
  7. What is a BTU requirement?

    What is a BTU requirement?

    So, are you on the hunt for a new radiator and keep seeing the letters BTU everywhere, but have no idea what they mean? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! What is a BTU? BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. It’s a measurement that shows the amount of energy it takes to heat up one pound of water (approx. 1 pint...
  8. 11 Ways to Cut Down on Your Energy Bill

    11 Ways to Cut Down on Your Energy Bill

    Winter is coming! Naturally as the temperature outside goes down, we want the temperature in our homes to go up and keep us snug and cosy throughout the chilly season. Sadly, this means that our energy bills go up too. However, there are several things you can do to keep your bills low this year. Little changes can make a...
  9. Radiator Trends of 2018: Interior Design Watch

    Radiator Trends of 2018: Interior Design Watch

    Here at Just Radiators, we are big fans of delectable interior design and take pleasure in following interior design and décor trends all year, and watching how people incorporate them in their homes. We’ve often said that radiators can be as central to your interior design as the lamps and rugs, and, believe it or not, there are radiator trends...
  10. How to Bleed Your Radiator: A Step by Step guide

    How to Bleed Your Radiator: A Step by Step guide

    What does this mean? Bleeding the radiator means letting the trapped air out again and helping your radiator get back to doing its job efficiently. Over time, air can make its way into your central heating system and rise to the top of your radiators, impacting on the radiator’s efficiency in outputting heat as it causes ‘cold spots’, usually at...

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