Radiator Valves & Accessories

At Just Radiators we are proud to offer not just a stunning range of high quality designer radiators of all shapes, styles and sizes but we also offer a huge selection of radiator valves and accessories.

We offer everything from the bare essentials like wall brackets and radiator feet to every kind of valve and electric timer. All of our products are made with the highest quality materials to keep with our high standards, and we keep them affordable so even if you are on a budget, you can give your radiator that perfect finishing touch.

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Looking for a bargain? Take a look at our range of radiator valves and accessories on our sale page! As we have a massive selection of valves and radiator accessories, it can sometimes be a struggle if your not sure what you need. If this is the case just contact us today and our radiator specialists will give you a hand.

Valves & Accessories Popular Questions

What Does A Radiator Valve Do?

A radiator valve is responsible for allowing the pressurized water into your radiator. The radiator valve controls the water that flows into your radiator, allowing for the effective and efficient heating of your home. The radiator valve comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, also holding a variety of functions for the different radiators out there.

Can Any Valve Fit My Radiator?

No. There are many sizes, styles and materials for radiator valves. Depending on the positioning of your pluming system and radiators, not all with be suitable for you. To help you choose which radiator valve you need, please contact us today.

What Are The Different Types Of Valves?

We have a huge selection of valves at Just Radiators. From shapes to fit specific radiators to various designs and styles. Take a look at some of our range below:

  • Angled Radiator Valves - These are needed if your radiator has side connections and the pipework is coming from the floor.
  • Corner Valves - These are needed if your pipework is coming from the wall and the radiator has side/underneath connections.
  • Straight Valves - These are needed if the pipework is coming from the floor and the radiator has underneath connections.
  • For function, you'll want to look at manual or thermostatic. They both turn your radiator on but with thermostatic you can have more control over the temperatures.

  • Manual Valves - These are simply for switching your radiator on or off. They are useful for radiators in less busy rooms.
  • Thermostatic Valves - These are popular as they allow you to control the temperature of your radiator rather than a simple on and off. You can turn the valve so it gets hotter or cooler to suit your heating needs.

Take a look at our handy guide if you would like to learn more about the different types of valves that are available with Just Radiators.