Heating our homes
It’s an artform in itself to respectfully renovate heritage buildings in order to preserve their history for many years ahead. Although the heating aspect may easily be neglected because it isn’t the first obvious concern, it is actually paramount when it comes to conservation of fragile buildings. Historic buildings were built in a time where heating was immensely different than today, and thus many buildings are not constructed for the temperatures we require today. The wrong kind of heating can quite simply physically destroy murals in church ceilings, wallpaper, carpets and other fragile materials.
better indoor climate
Our radiators are not just good-looking - they are better for the environment and for your wallet. Almost all of our radiators have low water content, which automatically means that they have a faster response time and thus are quicker to heat up when you need it, but more importantly, are quick to cool down when you don’t need the extra heat. That is how you save money.
The problem with old radiators or underfloor heating is that if the sun starts shining through your windows, your house is heating up by the force of nature, and you shouldn’t be pumping heat out of your heating sources. However both old radiators and underfloor heating take hours and hours to stop producing heat, and though you don’t need the heat, you are paying for it. That is why our radiators are a better choice. They cool down quick, saving you - and the environment - wasted energy.
Comparison of response time to temperature changes
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Radiators are no longer just a heating source. The advantage of multi-purposing a radiator is that it contributes to the indoor air quality and savesspace while supplying unique, clever design elements to the interior.
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