Radiators

Heat up your home with top-quality radiators. One of the oldest and most reliable methods of providing warmth at homes, radiators come in various types and designs to suit all your needs. There are a variety of radiators available on Buildiro. Steam radiators are fuelled by hot steam passing through the pipes without the need of pumping. Hot-water radiators are essentially sealed metal containers filled with hot water which then heats up the room. Electric radiators produce heat thanks to electricity at the location of the radiator. Sometimes, an electric radiator is also referred to as an oil filled radiator, since the heat from electricity is transferred into the liquid inside the radiator. Browse our selection of radiators and choose from our offer of classical, steel panel, column, vertical, designer or coloured radiators, as well as a selection of towel rails.
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    Silentnight 2.5kW Mica Heater
    Silentnight 2.5kW Mica Heater
    £50.00 Robert Dyas
    Robert Dyas Small Quartz Heater - 800W
    Robert Dyas Small Quartz Heater - 800W
    £10.00 Robert Dyas
    Vertirad Designer Radiator
    Vertirad Designer Radiator
    from £140.00
    Terma TTIR Infrared weekly controller for heating elements
    Terma TTIR Infrared weekly controller for heating elements
    £115.00 Victoria Plum
    Acova Striane White Vertical Radiator, (W)190mm X (H)1000mm
    Acova Striane White Vertical Radiator, (W)190mm X (H)1000mm
    from £168.00
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)399mm (H)2000mm
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)399mm (H)2000mm
    from £296.00
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)494mm (H)2000mm
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)494mm (H)2000mm
    from £200.00
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)532mm (H)2000mm
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)532mm (H)2000mm
    from £348.00
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)608mm (H)2000mm
    Acova Striane Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)608mm (H)2000mm
    from £200.00
    Acova Striane Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1400mm (H)456mm
    Acova Striane Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1400mm (H)456mm
    from £272.00
    Acova Striane Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)900mm (H)608mm
    Acova Striane Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)900mm (H)608mm
    from £283.00
    Acova Column Radiator floor support (H)100mm (W)136mm
    Acova Column Radiator floor support (H)100mm (W)136mm
    from £10.00
    Acova Column Radiator floor support (H)100mm (W)136mm
    Acova Column Radiator floor support (H)100mm (W)136mm
    from £15.00
    Ximax Vertirad Vertical/horizontal Radiator White (H)1800 mm (W)445 mm
    Ximax Vertirad Vertical/horizontal Radiator White (H)1800 mm (W)445 mm
    £60.00 B & Q
    Ximax Vertirad Vertical/horizontal Radiator White (H)1800 mm (W)595 mm
    Ximax Vertirad Vertical/horizontal Radiator White (H)1800 mm (W)595 mm
    £40.00 B & Q
    Ximax Vertirad White Horizontal Or Vertical Designer Radiator, (W)595mm X (H)1500mm
    Ximax Vertirad White Horizontal Or Vertical Designer Radiator, (W)595mm X (H)1500mm
    from £259.00
    Ximax Vertirad Horizontal Or Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)445mm (H)1500mm
    Ximax Vertirad Horizontal Or Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)445mm (H)1500mm
    £210.00 B & Q
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)380mm (H)1800mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)380mm (H)1800mm
    from £200.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)540mm (H)1800mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)540mm (H)1800mm
    from £230.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1000mm (H)620mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1000mm (H)620mm
    from £220.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1200mm (H)620mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1200mm (H)620mm
    from £240.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1200mm (H)620mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Horizontal Designer Radiator, White (W)1200mm (H)620mm
    from £320.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, Anthracite (W)380mm (H)1800mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, Anthracite (W)380mm (H)1800mm
    from £200.00
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, Anthracite (W)540mm (H)1800mm
    GoodHome Wilsona Vertical Designer Radiator, Anthracite (W)540mm (H)1800mm
    from £230.00
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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    How to paint behind a radiator?

    Painting behind a radiator is actually quite simple, and can make a huge difference in the look of a room. The first step is to remove the radiator from the wall. Use a wrench to unscrew the nuts and bolts that secure it. Once it's off, use a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust and debris from behind. Then, use a putty knife to scrape off any old paint or wallpaper that's stuck to the wall. Now it's time to start painting! If you're using an oil-based paint, apply a coat of primer first. Then, use a roller or brush to apply two coats of paint, making sure to get into all the nooks and crannies. Once the paint is dry, it's time to put the radiator back. Make sure to tighten the nuts and bolts securely, and your job is done! With just a few simple steps, you can now enjoy a refreshed, stylish room!

    How to stop a leak in a radiator?

    Finding a leak in your radiator can be a frustrating experience, but there's no need to panic. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to stop the leak and get your radiator back in working order. The first step is to identify the source of the leak. You can use a flashlight to inspect the radiator for any cracks or holes. If the leak is small and localized, you can try using a rubber sealant or epoxy to fill the gap. If the leak is larger, you may need a more permanent solution. Once you've identified the source of the leak, the next step is to make sure the radiator is turned off and drained. You can do this by turning off the valves at the bottom of the radiator. Once it's drained, you can then apply the sealant or epoxy to the affected area. You may need to repeat the process a few times in order to ensure the leak is completely sealed. With a bit of patience and the right supplies, you should be able to fix your leaking radiator in no time.

    How to clean radiator?

    Cleaning a radiator is actually a lot easier than you might think. All you need are a few basic tools and a bit of patience to get the job done. First, you should turn off the power to the radiator, then unscrew the top and remove it. Next, you should use a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust and debris from the radiator. You can also use a damp cloth to wipe down the sides of the radiator and make sure it's free of any dirt or grime. Once you're done, you can reattach the top and turn the power back on. That's all there is to it! Cleaning a radiator can help improve its efficiency, so it's definitely worth taking the time to do it. With a few simple steps, you can ensure your radiator is working properly and efficiently.

    How to bleed a radiator?

    Bleeding a radiator may seem like a daunting task, but it's not as complicated as it might seem. All you need is a few tools, a bit of know-how, and you'll be able to get your radiator up and running in no time. The first step is to locate the bleed valve. This is usually located at the top of the radiator and is a small, circular valve. Once you've found it, you'll need to use a radiator key to open the valve. Once you open the valve, you'll hear a hissing sound as the air escapes from the radiator. This is normal. Then, you'll need to use a cloth or container to catch any water that may come out. Once all the air has been released, close the valve back up and your radiator should be working properly. Bleeding your radiator is a simple process that can help ensure that your radiator is functioning properly. And with a bit of patience and knowledge, you'll be able to do it yourself!


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