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Old fashioned radiators

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tb Thu 20-Jun-13 19:48:13

The old-fashioned ones - think church and school ones are much more efficient that modern slim-line ones that came out in the 70s.

blimeyohriley Mon 17-Jun-13 18:42:45

Thanks, I'll check Homebase out too

primallass Mon 17-Jun-13 12:52:15

Sometimes Homebase is cheaper, but it is a bit random.

blimeyohriley Sat 15-Jun-13 21:53:44

Thank you both, I'll have a look!

Pannacotta Sat 15-Jun-13 20:02:13

I have used the B&Q ones which are pretty good.
This place sells them a bit cheaper though.

SwedishEdith Sat 15-Jun-13 19:54:58

B&Q do them. And every few weeks/months they have a 15% discount on them. I've never found them cheaper elsewhere. Look for Acova column radiators

blimeyohriley Sat 15-Jun-13 19:50:54

Thanks whoknowsyou, some of those look good! Yes, I know what you mean, bog standard rads can look a bit ugly.

whoknowsyou Sat 15-Jun-13 19:30:50

We used radiators from

Very happy with the end result, they look lovely rather than just functional, (although we stuck with contemporary towel rails in the bathroom/shower room).

blimeyohriley Sat 15-Jun-13 19:18:56

Has anyone replaced the radiators in their period property with period style radiators?

If so where did you get them from please and what kind of money would I be looking at?


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