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Bathroom Radiators: Stay Warm While You Wash
Bathroom radiators from Stelrad are found within the Boutique Series and Softline Series, two of our bestselling ranges, including some of the most stylish bathroom radiators in the UK. Suppling traditional bathroom radiators like our Classic Towel Rail line, giving your bathroom a familiar yet elegant look, or our tastefully crafted modern bathroom radiators such as our art-deco inspired Concord Side Concept Radiators, which really brings the heat. There are so many options, you’ll be spoiled for choice – check out our Softline Concord Slimline Concept Radiators, standing tall in your bathroom and generating an atmosphere of sophistication.
Small bathroom radiators are available also, see our Compact Xtra Protection Radiators, both stylish and sturdy, available in 24 sizes, ensuring extra protection from moisture – which only makes sense in the bath…room.
All of our electric bathroom radiators and traditional bathroom radiators are the peak of innovative design, inspired by the satisfaction brought to our customers.
What good are electric bathroom radiators if you can’t hang your towel out to dry? Wet your whistle by browsing our ranges of bathroom towel radiators, such as our Stainless Steel Bathroom Towel Radiators, our Slimline Bathroom Towel Radiators, which are able to squeeze into those spots that other bathroom towel radiators could not, or our small bathroom radiators, such as our Classic Mini Towel Rail Radiator, which is perfect as either an additional or primary bathroom towel radiator.
For a modern bathroom radiator that will make you feel like you’re really living in “the now” and not “the then”, our Vita Ultra Bathroom Radiators are for you. Sleek, smooth, and stylish, available in 36 colours and 7 style options, this will have your guests really saying wow while they wash. Also see the Vertical option with our range of Vita Ultra Vertical bathroom wall radiators, available in 12 sizes and 36 colours. These sci-fi minimalist masterpiece bathroom wall radiators really are something to see.
Bathroom Radiators UK - FAQs
How To Fix A Leaking Bathroom Radiator?
How to fix a leaking bathroom radiator is an easy to manage process. If you find a wet patch surrounding the floor of your bathroom radiator, this is an immediate sign of a leak. There are two main reasons that your UK made bathroom radiator may be leaking, which is either a leaking valve, or a leaking spindle. Luckily, no intricate equipment is necessary, just a spanner, a towel, and a bucket.
A leaking bathroom radiator valve is one of the easiest issues to fix.
The first step is to drain the bathroom radiator or bathroom towel radiator – which is where the towel comes in handy – we wouldn’t want you doing any damage to your floor!
Turn off the lock shield and supply valves, then undo the union nut and open the bleed valve to release any trapped water. Allow your bathroom radiator to fill up again and close the bleed valve, checking that there are no leaks. Simple!
If the problem appears to be a leaking spindle, this issue is also easily fixed. Simply use a spanner to tighten the gland nut and the problem should subside. For more information on how to bleed a radiator, see our 10-step guide here.
How To Stop Bathroom Radiators Rusting?
What shall we do with a rusty radiator? This is not an ideal situation, so we would like to offer some advice on how to stop a bathroom radiator rusting. On installation of any of our bathroom radiators, whether it’s an electric bathroom radiator or any other bathroom radiator, be sure to flush it thoroughly prior to installation. Anything that should not be inside the bathroom radiator increases the chances of corrosion at a later date, so bear this in mind! Afterwards treat the system with an inhibitor to prolong long term protection against corrosion, limescale and rusting.
How To Turn A Bathroom Radiator On?
Turning on a bathroom radiator in the UK is no more difficult than turning on any other. For a bathroom towel radiator, turn on your central heating then turn the valve to turn it on. Turning it off is simply this process in reverse. Turn off the central heating, turn the valve in the opposite direction and you’ll be good to go. Electric bathroom radiators should reach their full heat capacity within a few minutes, which is a great benefit.
Click here for our electric bathroom radiator assembly guide, and if you have any further questions and for all radiator FAQs, view our advice hub