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  1. How to Choose Flat Panel Radiators

    There are a wealth of minimalistic, flat panel radiators on the market, available at a wide range of prices, but how can you tell which offer good value for money?
  2. How To Join Radiators

    Cast iron radiators and some designs of steel column and aluminium radiators are “sectional” in nature, meaning they are made of a number of sections that are joined together.
  3. Efficient Yet Stylish Radiators

    Feature Radiators by name Feature radiators by nature!
  4. How to choose an Electric or “Dual Fuel” Towel Rail

    Many styles of heated towel rails and radiators are now not only available in central heating versions, but also in electric versions, where there is no central heating, or as “dual fuel” versions, for when you want to still have warm towels in the summer when the heating is turned off.
  5. How to choose a heated towel rail or bathroom radiator

    The choice of towel radiators these days is huge.
  6. Showroom Walk-Around – take a look at our ranges

    Feature Radiators’ showroom has the largest selection of radiators on display in the UK. With over 270+ models to view, there is something to suit any heating requirements. Ranges include cast iron radiators, designer radiators, heated towel rails, valves and electric radiators.
  7. Do I need straight, angled or corner radiator valves?

    Feature Radiators’ technical expert, Jason, offers some helpful advice on choosing the best radiator valves for your particular circumstances, regarding both look and efficiency.
  8. Do I need manual or thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs)?

    Feature Radiators’ technical expert, Jason, offers some helpful advice on choosing the best radiator valves for your particular circumstances, regarding both look and efficiency.
  9. How to turn a central heating radiator into an electric radiator?

    Electric radiators are an increasingly popular option. Consequently, Feature Radiators offers a wide range of electric heater styles including a number of column, cast iron and traditional style radiators as we can provide a DIY electric element kit to convert some of our standard radiators into electric models.
  10. 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.
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