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.
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Style Radiators has been featured alongside other industry leading names in a recent ‘feature special’ on all things Towel Rails by Trade Publication PHAM News. The publication, which regularly runs features on specific product types approached Style Radiators as a leading internet retailer to be part of a showcase on Towel Rails. In the article we presented the virtues of our Diva range of rails pointing out the generous pipe sizing that delivers better heat output, our industry leading product warranties and also the style and design of the range. The feature, along with many other articles from other leading names can be seen in the March 2011 edition. Just another example of Style Radiators growing reputation with the shapers ...Read full article here
Online radiator retailer Style Radiators is enjoying a gowing following amongst e-buyers and MD Eddie Stanton thinks he knows why ” Of course we are competitive, and we go to great lengths to ensure our offer quality is firstÂ class, but we believe its our commitment to our customers that is making the difference” he said. ” if we havn’t got what our customers want, we will try and find it elsewhere and let the customer know – even if that means losing sales to a competitor. We believe in customer service.” It’s a view that is being shared by an ever increasing number of people like Mr Wickham of Essex who says ” your service has been great, I will ...Read full article here
Style Radiators the website that speccialises in domestic radiators of all kinds is citing a record month for sales in February, even before the month is completed! MD Eddie Stanton said ” as a company with many years of industry experience we are absolutely delighted with the sales trend from our re-vamped site”. Sales have been showing month on month growth at the online retailer and Mr Stanton puts that down to several key factors ” we all know the economy is having a difficult time in the UK, so we have to be realistic about what people can pay our three guiding principles have been competitive prices, quality products – we always offer the longest guarantees in the industry ...Read full article here
So you have decided what radiator you want, and you have arranged for delivery. The next decisions you have to make are which installer you want to fit your product, and perhaps more importantly, where can you find them! We’ve all heard the horror stories about the ‘cowboy’ installers and the unreliable installers who don’t arrive when they are supposed to but for everyone of these characters there are hundreds of honest genuine installers whose only aim is to give excellent value for money. So firstly, a couple of do’s and don’ts; don’t do anything to your heating system until you have your installer ready to go. It’s also advisable not to have your installer on site until you have ...Read full article here
Many people think that if you want to have a designer radiator, then you are usually going to have to sacrifice something in functionality and performance – not so! With most of the products available in today’s marketplace designer radiators can offer both stylish visuals and heating performance. As ever, when you are looking into all the factors before selecting and installing a radiator type, you have to do the homework. And the good news is that it shouldn’t be too difficult. Most online providers will give you the heating output of their products alongide the product picture and they are expressed in both btu’s (british thermal units) and increasingly in kw’s (kilowatts). You don’t have to worry about which ...Read full article here