Feature Radiators
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An award-winning radiator specialist offering a comprehensive product range, first class customer service and nationwide delivery. Visit our showroom with over 250 radiators on display and expert advice on hand.

Services Provided
Central Heating Installation

Areas Served
Worldwide

Certifications and Awards
ISO 9001, Buy With Confidence, Bradford Means Business Awards finalists
Contact: Helena Gerwitz
Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire BD162HL
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Feature Radiators are ISO 9001 accredited and are approved by Trading Standards' Buy With Confidence Scheme. We are members of BIRA (British Independent Retailers Association) and our local Chamber of Trade and Commerce.
Commented: Alcoves. To shelve or not to shelve? The radiator is in a bit of an awkward position at the moment. If you can move it on to the window wall I think that would be preferable and would free up space to put in some fitting shelving etc as...
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Commented: Kitchen Heating As per what Anna said, improve your insulation levels wherever possible as this will be the best way of keeping your costs down in the long run. Heat output will be critical so doing a BTU calculati...
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Commented: Entrance Hallway Decor Some lovely art. Posters in IKEA frames are an inexpensive but effective option.
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Commented: What would you do with this room? A vertical radiator in the corner would look great. There are 100s of vertical radiator styles to choose from now. You need to consider heat output, so give us a call if you need some advice or help...
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Commented: New, small dated front room I would definitely move the radiator. It is in an odd place now. Under the window would be better. Or vertical in a corner actually might be best to free up wall space for furniture.
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Commented: curtains for open kitchen/living As a radiator specialist, we wouldn't recommend full length curtains going over radiators as it means a lot of heat will be lost out of the window. Instead we would recommend going for blinds. You co...
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