When deciding on a new radiator for your home, there are a massive variety of styles to choose from.
On the one hand, a large amount of choice is great - it means that no matter what your tastes or design preferences, you're sure to find something suitable for your needs.
However, it can also mean analysis paralysis, whereby you're faced with so much choice that you're unable to make a decision and end up doing nothing.
This is perfectly understandable, which is why we've introduced our range of Stelrad Compact Radiators - an efficient and functional design that you'll instantly recognise as a 'classic' radiator style.
More extravagant designs like a vertical aluminium designer radiator or a ladder-style, anthracite heated towel rail are works of art in our opinion, but we understand that not everyone wants to make something that warms your home into a focal point.
Designer radiators might not be to your taste, and they may not be in keeping with your living space or your budget, which it's why we believe it's so important that the trusty standard, white, compact radiator remains very much available.
Our Stelrad Compact Radiators are made from the highest quality mild steel, with a fantastic choice of sizes, ranging from widths between 400mm - 3000mm and heights between 300mm - 700mm.
They're also available with a choice of single or double panels and convector fins and can emit great heat outputs of between 647 - 20,073 BTUs - more than enough to suit anywhere in your home.
Because the Stelrad Compact Radiators are so versatile, they are suitable for any room in the home, office of elsewhere. Because of their great value for money, they are also a popular choice with buy-to-let investors and property renovators.
Complete with stylish top grille and side panels, the Stelrad Compact Radiators are manufactured to the highest European (BS EN 442) standards and come with a comprehensive 10 year guarantee with free, fast delivery to mainland UK addresses.
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