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Radiator Installation

Radiators are not just functional heating elements, they’re part of your room; on display like your furniture and decor. That’s why radiator installation services aren’t just limited to replacing broken radiators. Call No1PHD today to discuss your radiator installation needs.

When it comes to radiator installation, whether that be an entirely new radiator installation or the replacement of an old one, you need qualified professionals to tackle the job. Though the radiator itself looks like a pretty simple beast, there is a lot that goes into the mounting and plumbing of it. No1PHD have a team of professionals ready and waiting to install your radiators at affordable prices with minimum fuss.

What is a Radiator?

Named for the fact that it radiates heat, a radiator is essentially a large surface area through which hot water is pumped. That hot water cools as it travels through the radiator, and the heat that it loses is emitted into the room. It is one of the more efficient ways of heating a room, and, as it usually comes in the form of a relatively slim wall-mounted panel, it is also one of the most convenient ways of heating a room. In commercial settings it is more common in smaller spaces, such as offices and classrooms.

Are Radiators the Best Option for Commercial Buildings?

While it’s true there are many options for heating in a commercial or public sector setting (offices, schools, hospitals universities, etc), radiators are still one of the most commonly preferred commercial heating systems due to their efficiency and unobtrusiveness. A wealth of design choices allow you to choose radiators that suit your needs, and the energy efficiency of a radiator system will keep the running costs down. Always a priority in a business or public sector building. In particular in smaller business premises, where the efficiency of a typical radiator system is increased by the smaller area that is being heated.

Electric Radiators

As efficient as boiler-powered central heating systems are, it’s not usually practical to install one on your premises. Whether it be issues getting a gas line into the building, or simply that the space being heated isn’t large enough to warrant a full central heating system. In those cases, an electric radiator can meet your needs. We can supply and fit electric radiators of many different designs, sizes, and capacities. Feel free to call us to discuss your options and for more information on any of our commercial services we offer.

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Absolutely blown away by the service we received. Took all the stress out of losing our heating and hot water. Highly recommended!

Mr Wells

3 months ago

Couldn’t have asked for a faster resolution to our drainage conundrum. Nothing was too much for these guys who were brilliant throughout.

Miss Carey

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Regulation and Requirement

When dealing with public sector and commercial buildings, it is particularly important to be sure you are adhering to any relevant laws and regulations. Depending on the location, these can range from basic health and safety law to NHS guidance for “Safe Hot Water and Surface Temperature”. And there are other factors to consider, such as if you are having an electric radiator fitted, does your building have the power capacity to run it? In cases of education and healthcare, are there any exposed hot surfaces that could be accidentally touched. Any No1PHD commercial radiator installation will adhere to the regulations affecting your business or sector, leaving you with a warm building and piece of mind.

Commercial Grade Radiators

While there is no reason you can’t have a regular radiator installed in your commercial or public sector building, it is no longer necessary. Commercial grade radiators are a growing market, built for durability, efficiency, and temperature limiting designs that prevent the radiator from being hot enough to injure (and help to comply with the aforementioned regulations). Rustproofing is increasingly common, making radiators in places like locker rooms more viable than they previously were. In the case of low surface temperature radiators, you should employ tamper-proof casings to prevent accidental injury, not to mention the risk of property damage from a compromised radiator.

Call No1PHD Today!

Whether you’re in the private or public sector, an entirely new installation or replacing an old one, No1PHD can take care of your commercial radiator installation needs and all for very affordable prices. We will make sure your radiators comply with regulations, as well as your own requirements. Give us a call today on 0800 690 6777 and talk to one of our experts. Alternatively email us at, info@no1phd.co.uk

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Absolutely blown away by the service we received. Took all the stress out of losing our heating and hot water. Highly recommended!

Mr Wells

3 months ago

Couldn’t have asked for a faster resolution to our drainage conundrum. Nothing was too much for these guys who were brilliant throughout.

Miss Carey

2 months ago

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After noticing that the house was unusually cold, we found that the heating wasn’t coming on and that our hot water had also failed. We called the team at No 1 PHD who dispatched an engineer to investigate. After discovering that the culprit was a faulty boiler part, they ordered in a new part and got it fitted as quickly as possible. The guys were great, and we couldn’t be happier.

Mr Lincoln

For days, we’ve noticed a foul smell coming from outside and a gurgling sound coming from one of the drains. Whenever it would rain, the area around it would flood slightly and take ages to drain. We tried buying drain unblockers, but none seemed effective. Eventually, we turned to No 1 PHD and were left wondering why we didn’t do this sooner.

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