The type of radiator valve you will need is dependent on the position of the radiator valve inlets that your new radiator requires and the position of the central heating supply flow and return pipes that your radiator feeds off. See the information on the below.
How to choose the right valve...
Find straight, angled and corner valves as Thermostatic and Manual types in a whole variety of finishes and colours to compliment your radiators.
A manual valve is a simple valve that allows you to determine how much hot water passes through to your radiator with a twist from off to on.
Thermostatic Radiator Valves allow you to adjust how hot you want to keep the room by twisting through numbers 0-5.
Traditional valves have an older design but are made of high quality materials to compliment your radiator.
Choosing the correct option…
Our full range of elements consists of smart, bluetooth, thermostatic and low surface temperature elements, suitable for fully electric and dual fuel radiator setups
These elements allow you to set what temperature you want your radiator to be on, some also have timers.
On or off at the flick of a switch or a press of a button, these elements keep life simple and your towels dry.
The future is present with Bluetooth enabled elements you can control from your phone. Warm those towels whilst laying in bed.
For those perfect finishing touches, hide those exposed pipes.
T-pieces or T-junctions are needed for Dual Fuel radiators (electric and central heating), they allow you to have valves and an element on the same radiator.
Hang your towels or clothes up on a towel rail hook, keep the place tidy and your linens warm.
RADIATOR SUPPORT FEET
Take some of the weight off the wall by supporting your radiator with these column radiator feet. We can often colour match these with your radiator.