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2 Column Radiators

Column radiators come in a variety of depths, meaning you have plenty of choices no matter what size room you have. Perfect for smaller spaces, 2 column radiators offer a timeless design while still effectively heating your rooms.

Vertical column radiators are great space savers as they maximise every inch of wall space. Plus, they can create a stylish statement. Horizontal column radiators offer a more traditional style but can still fit into smaller spaces. Both options will protrude less from the wall than a radiator with more columns, so they look great with minimalist interior design.

Whichever style, colour and design you choose, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed with our range of double column radiators.

Double Column Radiator Heat Output

It should go without saying that the heat output of a 2 column radiator is less than the larger, 3, 4 or 6 column variants. But, that doesn’t mean they won’t warm up the room. Their slim style makes them perfect for bathrooms, home offices, and smaller living spaces.

Two Columns, Countless Designs

With a variety of colours, styles, sizes and hanging options available, you’re spoilt for choice. The days of bulky, unattractive radiators are long gone! Our high-quality radiators are designed to be an important part of your home decor.

Whether you want a subtle design or a statement piece, you’ll find the perfect column radiator with us.

Not sure whether a 2 column radiator will have the right heat output for your space? Use our new BTU (British Thermal Unit) calculator, RADSIZER®, to find a radiator that meets your needs.

2 Column Radiators FAQs

Double column radiators consist of two vertical columns connected
by horizontal tubes, carrying hot water. As the columns and the air surrounding
them heat, a convection current spreads warmth evenly throughout the room.

Column radiators have a traditional and rustic appearance,
similar to vintage cast-iron units. Unlike cast-iron rads, they are
lightweight, protrude very little from the wall, and heat up faster than you
can say ‘efficient’. 2 column models have even less bulk than their 3 and 4
column cousins. If you’re looking for a lean design, they’re a great option.