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  1. How to fix a leaking Radiator

    We identify reasons a radiator might leak and offer expert advice in resolving the issue.
  2. Why choose an electric radiator?

    Some properties do not have a gas connection, which prevents homeowners from installing a standard boiler and piped central heating system, so many customers instead opt for an electric heating system.
  3. The Benefits of Vertical Radiators

    Homeowners have more choice than ever before when it comes to choosing appliances for their homes. Contrary to years gone by, where it was more generally a case of a one-size-fits-all solution due to restricted choices, these days, the world is your oyster.
  4. What is the difference between electric radiators and central heating radiators?

    The UK’s temperate climate means we get our fair share of chilly weather, resulting in British householders relying heavily on heating systems to stay warm on cool days and cold nights.
  5. Which radiator is best, vertical or horizontal?

    When it comes to choosing radiators there are two main options, horizontal and vertical. But which one is right for your home?
  6. How to Balance a Radiator

    Jason, one of the expert team at Feature Radiators, shows you how to balance a radiator on a piped central heating system, maximising the heat output, ensuring efficiency and helping to minimise your gas bill.
  7. How to bleed a radiator

    Bleeding a radiator is an efficient way to get rid of cold spots. The process enables you to remove air, vent or purge a radiator and it is done by opening the air vent at the top of the radiator.
  8. Feature Radiators – The Largest Radiator Showroom in the UK

    Feature Radiators is an award-winning radiator specialist and has the UK’s largest radiator showroom with over 250 display models in their premises in Bingley, West Yorkshire.
  9. How to Fix a Radiator

    Jason from Feature Radiators talks though the most common issues associated with a radiator that is not working
  10. The Alternative to Oil Radiators

    Many customers and heating installers often ask for oil-filled radiators when a property does not have a boiler fed central heating system as this was historically the most popular solution when it came to electric heating. However, oil brings with it a number of negatives; it’s slow to heat up, can prevent a radiator from being recycled and is increasingly expensive.