Important things to note about the heat output calculator
It doesn’t matter what shape or size your room, how many windows and doors it has, or how good the insulation is, there is a way of working out the right sized radiator to keep it warm.
Whilst we recommend that you talk to one of our radiator experts to get the exact dimensions before placing your order, you can do your initial research using our heat output calculator.
The calculator will give you a practical idea of the size of radiator you’ll need for each room. Once you have an idea of the heat output, you can check through our collection of radiators so you can work out which models will be suitable, the size you’ll need to fit into your design, and what the total cost of your spend might be.
This means that by the time to you come to talk to us in one of our showrooms, you’ll have narrowed down your choices to either one design, or at least to a manageable short-list of favourites.
We run a solutions-oriented business and our reputation relies on us supplying you with exactly what you need in order to heat your home effectively. We will ask you a lot of questions about the rooms you need the new radiators for as we want to ensure we supply the most effective products for the job even if, as sometimes happens, they are different to the one you initially asked for.
We know this scenario is disappointing or even frustrating - especially if you’d really set your heart on a particular style - but we would rather supply you with products that are fit for purpose than simply sell you what you like the look of and you have to find out the hard way that it isn’t adequate.
Knowledge is good customer service
So to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction, all our staff go through extensive training and continual professional development, including regular visits to suppliers. This means all they have an in-depth understanding of all the products they're selling and provide informative and constructive advice about the most effective and cost-efficient way to heat a room.
If you’d like to know more about the heat output of your room, click here for our heat output calculator, or visit one of our showrooms in Islington, Brighton or St Albans to ask for advice.
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