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Replacing Bathroom Radiators

While it still feels like December/January, we have gone past the Easter break and well into Spring 2013. Soon it will start to feel warmer – At least we all hope so - and many will take advantage of this warm weather by renovating their homes. Most of these renovations will also involve their bathrooms and perhaps replacing old bathroom radiators.

During the preparation period for a spring home renovation, most home-owners and especially women take forever looking for the perfect wall paper, paint, color and other features to use or implement. With an ever-growing number of designer radiators and heated towel rails on the market, it also takes a lot longer to select a new bathroom radiator. At the end some actually do give up this search during this preparation & research period. In fact many never bother to change the radiator at all. Depending on the model and type, they may well get a lick of paint but that is pretty much the only change or improvement on bathroom radiators.

It is however possible to buy a modern looking, designer towel radiator to replace your old and tired radiator. There are many variations to select from but it is not a daunting task. You will very likely need to re-arrange your pipe work to accommodate the new modern bathroom radiator. This can be done by a qualified plumber who is able to cut or extend your existing pipe work.

Most radiators on sale in the UK are made from steel, stainless steel or brass. While the first two are a more common material, last one is relatively rare. Finish on these products range from chrome, white, anthracite or other colors all of which actually look aesthetically pleasing. Whether you install your new radiator in your bathroom, lounge, kitchen or hallway, they will simply look great and improve your home.

With so many high street & online shops, range and availability, costs are relatively low nowadays compared to last decade. Prices start from as little as £70 going up to £200 or £300. If however, you have a bigger budget or wish to get something really to strike out, then you have the top end options where the price range starts from £300 or £400 and goes up to £1000’s

If you can get yourself a designer towel radiator or a heated towel rail to replace your old, outdated and tired bathroom radiator, it could form part of the décor that graces your bathroom in an affordable way.