Designed by DGHigginbotham. Available sizes and prices SUPPLY AND FIT)
Small 3ft w from â‚¬ 190
Medium 4 ft w from â‚¬ 240
Large 5 ft w from â‚¬ 270
Contact us for sizes, supply and fitting service .
How to measure your radiator?
STEP ONE ? measuring the width of your radiator.
Measure the width of your radiator, ensuring that the tape stretches from the outside edge of each valve. The internal width of your required cabinet must be bigger than this measurement.
STEP TWO ? measuring the height of your radiator.
To measure the height of your radiator simply place one end of the tape on the floor and measure to the top edge of radiator. The internal height of your required cabinet must be bigger than this measurement.
STEP THREE ? measuring the depth of your radiator.
The depth of your radiator is obtained by placing the tape on the wall and measuring to the front face of your radiator. The internal depth of your required cabinet must be bigger than this measurement.
STEP FOUR ? the external size of your radiator cabinet.
Once you have established that the cabinet is bigger than radiator, it is important to ensure that the external size of your radiator cabinet will also fit the space provided surrounding your radiator. Check especially window sills, alcoves, existing furniture, etc.