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Here at Warmrooms, we pride ourselves on being radiator suppliers with a difference.
Browse our wide selection of radiators with options to suit all tastes and budgets. So whether you want vertical radiators to maximise space, horizontal radiators to compliment the classic design or towel radiators that are ideal for bathrooms and en-suites, if you are looking for high quality, low-cost radiators online, you have come to the right place.
Find the perfect radiator for every room in your home with our discounted prices on all the latest designer ranges of radiators.
Forget boring, bland radiators that are hidden away in the corner of a room and embrace the central heating radiators of the future that are sleek, stylish, and demand to be noticed.
Designer, Contemporary, Traditional Heating Suppliers
Shop our extensive range of designer, contemporary and traditional radiators and discover the perfect heating solution for your home.
Choose from traditional column radiators with a classic design and elegant finish ideal for homes with period features or radiators that boast a more modern design, such as our vertical flat-panel models.
Enjoy a wide selection of finishes, including silver, chrome, white and high-gloss black, so no matter your preferred interior design style, you are sure to find the perfect radiator to reflect your personal tastes.
It’s never been easier to buy radiators online. So, dive right into the Warm Rooms radiators online collection today and find the right radiator at the right price.
Plus, enjoy free delivery on all orders over £49.95.
You won’t find radiator suppliers who know heating like us anywhere else!
You can choose to have an electric radiator or a plumbed radiator, depending on how you want to heat your home. The former is filled with thermofluid, which is heated by an electrical element, whereas the latter is filled with hot water. If you have any area in your home that isn’t served by plumbing, such as a loft conversion, an electric radiator is ideal.
Radiators used to be placed under windows as these are the coldest part of the home, but since the invention of double glazing, you now have a lot more freedom in radiator placement. Think about heat output when choosing where you will install your radiators and avoid installing them behind furniture or heavy curtains.
If you feel confident in your DIY abilities, you may want to install your new radiator yourself. Otherwise, look for a reputable installer in your local area.