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Central heating radiators

Central heating radiators are a popular option for homeowners looking for a heating system that’s easy to use and simple to install. But when purchasing, it’s important to prioritise quality above all else. 

Quality radiators for central heating at quality prices

At UK Radiators, we offer a range of the finest quality central heating radiators, from traditional styles to modern convector radiators. We also provide:

  • Free delivery all over the UK

  • Limitless, free returns

  • A range of radiators to suit any budget

Our collection of central heating radiators boasts exceptional heat output and energy efficiency, high performance, and reliable quality that lasts. And, that’s not all, you can also rest assured that the product you’re considering has been carefully quality tested by our team.

Radiators for all budgets, spaces, and tastes

Committed to providing both style and substance, we have an extensive array of products for you to choose from. Our radiator types include:

  • Double and single panel central heating radiators: From Type 11 to 21 and 22, whatever heat output you’re after, we’ll have what you need

  • Vertical convector radiators: A great way to make the most of a smaller space, a vertical central heating radiator could be the perfect fit for your home or office

  • Stelrad radiators: Available in a variety of sizes, our Stelrad radiators are designed to make the most of every inch of wall space - so you can make the most of your home

  • Designer radiators: Our radiators aren’t made to be boring. In fact, they can be a statement piece in your home. Check out our range of designer radiators to help your room look its best

With a heating system from UK Radiators, you create a warm and welcoming space in your home with ease. 

Style, Substance, and Exceptional Service with UK Radiators

It's not only the quality of our products that are important to us. We’re dedicated to delivering excellent service too, which means we’re always on the other end of the phone or computer should you need advice or assistance.


Want to find out more about our products or how we could help you? Then give us a call on 0333 006 8227, or send your enquiry to sales@ukradiators.com. We’re always happy to assist with any questions or queries you might have.

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Central Heating Radiators FAQs

To balance a central heating radiator, you need to first ensure your heating system is turned off - including your boiler. Next, open your radiator valves by turning them anti-clockwise.

Turn your heating system on and make a note of the order in which the radiators heat up. Turn your heating back off and wait for the radiators to cool down, then you can turn it back on again.

Starting at the radiator that heated up first, close the lockshield valve completely, then turn it back a quarter or half turn.

Once this first radiator reaches the desired temperature, you can move on to the next one (in the order you noted earlier).

For further help with balance radiators, read our Simple Guide to Balancing Radiators.

Several signs indicate when radiators for central heating need replacing. For example, if your radiator is leaking, rusting or is less energy efficient - it might be time for an upgrade. Use our BTU calculator to check what your room’s heat requirements are.

Furthermore, if a radiator is older than 20 years, it’s likely past its lifespan and will need replacing.

Whether you need a plumber to install a brand-new central heating radiator will depend on your existing model and your own ability. If it’s brand new with different pipework, you might find a plumber best to use to ensure your new radiator works effectively. 

If you’re replacing one that has the same pipework, you might be able to do the hard work all by yourself. For more information on how to replace a radiator, check out our guide.