• Looking for something to do this bank holiday weekend? Upgrade your radiator valves

    As the temperature is getting warmer and you have time over the holidays it is not a bad thing to update or upgrade your valves on your radiators. It is a easy way to save money and control the temperature of the room by fitting thermostatic valves if you do not already have them. This also means...
  • How to choose the right towel rail.

    Towel rails have been around for a few years now and they serve a great purpose of not only heating the room but also dry and heat your towels. We have put together this handy buying guide to show you how to choose the right towel rail for your home....
  • How to choose the right radiator for your house!

    With the advent of new and interesting designs of radiators we are not stuck to flat pieces of metal that get hot. The choices have become endless and then add in colours and finishes and you can pretty much get anything to match your own house and taste. So the radiators no longer are a necessary...
  • New Coloured Towel Radiators

    Here at Columnrads it is not all about column radiators we also offer a really good range of heated towel rails. They are available in white and chrome as standard and now we have extended the range with the option of the most popular colours available to buy online now....
  • Towel Rails & Heating the Bathroom During the Winter Season

    Summer is swiftly passing by, signaling the arrival of both autumn and winter.  With the change of the seasons also comes a renewed interest and need for heating products.  It is only natural for homeowners to reconsider their heating options, especially with the cold as the wake up call when...
  • Heating The Cold Air Gaps of Hallways, Home Offices & Other Rooms

    The cost of heating for homeowners is constantly rising.  Choosing the right radiator plays a large role in how efficiently your home is heated.  For example, purchasing too large a unit for a room can drive costs up; too small a unit would either not heat the space enough or overwork itself...