Plumbworld has been at the cutting edge with the latest products in a variety of fields for many years; this new range of designer radiators proves that they're still on the ball when it comes to providing their customers with the latest and greatest equipment.
People might be a bit sceptical about 'designer' tags just being an excuse to charge more for a relatively normal product, but this isn't the case, especially with the Boston range. If a room has a particularly contemporary feel to it, lumbering it with old-fashioned heating solutions such as standard radiators is just not a feasible option. That is the reason why manufacturers have started taking an interest in design and aesthetics, as well as the heat efficiency of the device.
Scott Morris, Marketing Manager at Plumbworld described the new Boston radiators: "The first thing that will capture your attention is the unique looks of the radiator; the shape and style will lend itself to a contemporary studio apartment, office or even a living/dining room. It appears to very diverse and adaptable in regards to the environment it can fit into. I personally wouldn't advise it for any traditional house or room; but I'm sure it would look the part in any other type of space you can find for it."
If there is already an old-style radiator in place in a room, why not consider giving the room a refurbishment, or at the very least replacing the radiator? If that all sounds like too much hassle, hiding the radiator is no longer a problem; with a wide variety of radiator covers to hide any size radiator, Plumbworld has the solution.
James Cook, part of the 3-man Marketing Team at Plumbworld also gave his input on the Boston rads: "I personally think they look great and the range of sizes and colours available makes it even more likely to suit a room, regardless of colour scheme or accessible space. As I was uploading these products, I did notice a lower heat output on the chrome variant of the radiator when compared with the white/anthracite options. Bare this in mind if you're after maximum heat output for a specific size; however, if aesthetics are your number one priority, who cares about heat?!"
Plumbworld.co.uk is the UK's number one online retailer of bathrooms, operating on the ever-expanding Plumbworld Network which currently boasts an astonishing 50+ websites selling everything from shower enclosures and bathroom suites to woodworking tools and leaf blowers. Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006. The business now employs more than 50 people in its purpose built warehouse and offices and has a total turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.