Why Glass Radiators Are Such a Popular Choice
Imagine a piece of personalised art that also heats up a room in an efficient and welcoming way. Welcome to the world of glass radiators. More and more people are realising the benefits of glass radiators and, as they gain popularity, more cost effective options are coming onto the market.
A practical and beautiful heating solution
One of the most popular glass radiator products, CosyArt, had its beginnings in the construction industry, when they were challenged to make a flat, high-performance, aesthetic heater at an affordable price. These glass radiators solved the problem by opting to utilise infra-red technology as a means of warming the space, meaning a shallower radiator was created. The addition of a range of artwork to blend the heaters into the room followed.
Now they are so popular, clients with standard water central heating got interested so a new range was developed to work on conventional systems.
Benefits of glass radiators
Standard glass radiators offer lots of benefits:
•Easy to install
With no pipes or plumbing glass radiators are easy to install, making them perfect for spaces where fitting a traditional radiator would be difficult.
Other than basic controls, glass radiators have few parts that need maintenance, saving you money and stress.
No heat is lost to the pipework or surrounding space. Instead, glass radiators offer a comfortable infrared heat with no wasted energy.
•Good for the environment
Glass radiators rely on electricity which is generally considered a cheaper form of energy.
You can move a glass radiator from room to room, or even take it with you when you move house.
•Wide choice of designs
Glass radiators come in a stunning array of artistic designs and colours to complement any décor. Turn your radiator into a statement piece, or even add a family photo or other personal design.
It's easy to see why glass radiators are gaining popularity, as they offer a heating solution that is beautiful, practical and energy efficient. See our designer radiator range.
By Nick Duggan
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