Radiators by design
Published: 17 June, 2009
LEAMINGTON SPA: With homeowners choosing to stay put and improve rather than move, the new designer range of radiators and towel warmers from Plumb Center make a design statement in any room in the house.
This collection of 37 feature radiators and towel warmers has a range of sizes and outputs to choose from. From traditional, yet on-trend, column styles to leading-edge designs from across Europe, the designer range offers the homeowner the opportunity to select a ‘piece of art' that will become a focal point in the room, rather than a necessary evil tucked away in a corner.
"Many householders are choosing to invest in their existing property, adding value so that they can get a better price when the property market recovers," said Plumb Center's trading director, Alan Stevenson. "This range, with its statement designer radiators, allows homeowners to make a real impact in both the living spaces and bathrooms within their home. A stylish radiator can be used to create a design feature for the room whilst at the same time effectively heating the area."
With both horizontal and vertical options for many styles such as the Arche and the Carre – which when wall mounted vertically offers a elegant solution when space is limited – and a range of finishes and colours from white, graphite grey to mocha or stainless steel there is an option to suit every requirement.
A radiator such as the CoCos Sigma, available from Plumb Center's designer range, makes a design statement in any room in the house.
The range is showcased in a 42-page glossy brochure, available from Plumb Center, which installers can show to customers, talking them through their requirements and selecting the best options in terms of style, size and finish. The technical and pricing details are featured in a supplementary brochure.
"In the current market the consumer is now in a position to demand exceptional quality at competitive prices and these designer radiators, exclusive to Plumb Center, certainly tick all the boxes," adds Mr Stevenson.