Many people follow the tried and tested methods when designing their radiator wetroom or bathroom areas. They either want¬†a ‘traditional’ style radiator to the roomset (whatever that means!) or they want a ‘modern’ look radiator to the project. In actual fact both of these ‘styles’ are extremely contemporary and they are the result of bathroom manufacturers¬†desire to turn the bathroom into a ‘fashion’ area and as a result require regular remodelling. But more and more homeowners are starting to go ‘freestyle’ in their approach to choosing radiators. They don’t want to be limited by the constraints placed upon them by manufacturers and are starting to ‘mix and match’ and this is the truly contemporary way forward. So if for example ...Read full article here
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Sales of designer radiators and towel warmers continue to take up a substantial part of the UK radiator market and experts predict that the market will grow steadily even in the current economic climate. In 2008 towel warmers accounted for 26.8% of the total UK radiator marketplace in revenue terms and 13.7% of all the unit sales. This had risen to 27.6% and 13.7% respectively in the following year. According to BSRIA the industry body for radiators in the UK, around 1million products were sold in the UK in 2009 and this was up to 1.04 million in 2010 which are the latest approved figures. Further growth is expected as homeowners increasingly upgrade existing properties rather than re-locate.