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We provide free advice tailored to your home, so you can make an informed decision.

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We recognise every customer has different thoughts and requirements when it comes to heating their home. That’s why we offer a free, no obligation consultation – without the pushy sales team. Our professional consultants only offer advice after taking into consideration a number of factors, so you can choose the most cost-effective way to heat your home.

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What happens when you use the best materials to bring to life the best heating technology out there? You get a radiator that lasts. And lasts. That’s why we give you 25-years (or 9125 days) of complete peace of mind.

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Consultation & Survey

Our heating consultants will carry out an initial survey based on the requirements for your ideal heating solution.


Once we have established your heating requirement you can then choose from  the extensive shapes and styles from our range to best suit you and your home.


From here, we can calculate the project costs and give you additional advice on how to manage your heating and your future bills.


Having calculated the project costs and answered any questions you might have, the appointment will be concluded with a written quotation.


The Consultation Process

For small to medium sized rooms, where possible, radiators should be placed under windows to create a veil of heat over the cold window.
For larger rooms that require two or more radiators, they should be positioned at opposite ends of the room to ensure an even distribution of heat.
Living rooms are classed as a primary living space, therefore all heating recommendations must be exact or more. As a primary living space, it will be used for sitting, resting and relaxing, meaning little body heat is generated. Subsequently, the heat source is heavily relied upon to keep people warm and comfortable.
Setting a base temperature on the radiator means the temperature should neither rise nor fall. As a result, the bathroom is gradually warmed over a short period of time to achieve a constant temperature (providing the door is kept closed).
Bathrooms, by design, are a challenge to keep warm because they are furnished with porcelain furniture, tiles and vinyl flooring. The only soft furnishings in a bathroom are towels.
In situations where the hallway has a landing and small adjacent rooms, the size of the landing radiator can be increased. This makes it powerful enough to heat other rooms, thus saving on cost.
This space is classed as a transit room. It is used to go from from one room to another and the cold is generally accepted.
Where possible, the radiator should be positioned as far away from the stairway as possible. This is to minimise the amount of heat lost to the upper floor.
The type of roof i.e. polycarbonate, glass, solid construction, should also be considered.
The position of the conservatory i.e. south or north facing, can have a large impact on the room temperature.
In all conservatories it is important to consider the solar loss and gain, plus how well the room is insulated.
During the colder months, conservatories without the correct heating can be cold, damp and an unwelcoming place that is usually shut o  from the rest of the house.

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