Home improvements. Radiators

Home is where the heat is. We'll help you get the most out of your radiators or install new ones if you need them.

Prices start from £175

  • Includes parts and labour
  • Spread payment terms available 1
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How we can help with radiators

Fixing and repairing

Whether your radiators are leaky, noisy or just don’t work very well, we can probably help fix them. We can even move them to a new spot if you like.

New radiators

We can replace your old radiators with new ones to improve efficiency and give your home a more modern look and feel.

Improve your heating

Radiators play a huge part in heating the home, but they're often overlooked. We can help make your radiators more efficient and reduce breakdowns with our products and services.

Get the best out of your radiators

  • Remove sludge and dirt with a Powerflush to make your system more efficient
  • Replace your old radiators to improve home aesthetics, create more space and prevent leaks
  • Book a free consultation with one of our expert engineers to advise on ways to improve your heating system

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Other ways we can help


A British Gas Powerflush will improve your central heating system, help you use less energy and keep you warm at home.

More about Powerflush

System filters

Prevent sludge and debris from clogging up your heating system and help your boiler work better, with less noise.

More about system filters

Radiator valves (TRVs)

Control the temperature in each room and save money by only using the energy you need.

More about radiator valves (TRVs)

Pipe protection

Protect your pipes from freezing and keep your boiler working.

More about pipe protection

Electric Storage Heaters

Storage heaters are an alternative to traditional central heating systems and make the most of off-peak electricity prices.

More about electric storage heaters

New radiators

Our expert engineers can help you find the perfect radiators for your home.

  • Make your heating more efficient and save money
  • Get a more modern look for your home and create more space
  • All our prices include installation

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Heated towel rails

Heated towel rails will keep your towels and bathroom warm for those chilly early starts.

Panel radiators

Keep life simple with a panel radiator — they look great and also have a large surface area.

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Book a free home visit with one of our expert advisers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a system filter?

A central heating system filter is a small, yet powerful device that fits by your boiler or in your airing cupboard. It captures damaging debris and sludge from the water in your heating system and prevents it from entering your boiler and causing damage. It'll protect your boiler and radiators and help the heating system to last longer and work more efficiently.

Why do I need a Powerflush?

A British Gas Powerflush will improve your central heating system, help you use less energy and keep you warm at home. If your radiators have cold spots or are cooler at the bottom than the top, you may have blocked radiators with sludge inside. A Powerflush will remove the sludge and make your radiators hotter and more efficient.

Why do I need a Radiator Valve or TRV?

Thermostatic Radiator Valves help control the radiator temperature in each room by automatically turning off heat once the room has reached the right temperature. This saves money by only using the energy you need.

Why do I need pipe protection?

Your boiler's waste pipe may go outside and can freeze in cold weather, stopping your boiler from working. A Condensulate or a trace heater can prevent that. A Condensulate is an insulated pipe that can cope with temperatures of up to -15C.

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We've got home improvement solutions to give you peace of mind with your heating, hot water and electrics.

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Additional information

  1. You’ll need to be a homeowner and be either employed or retired to take out a payment plan.