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Radiators are often not correctly sized for the room size or intended use. It is important to correctly size radiators for the size of room to be heated and environmental conditions. Rooms with large windows, north facing [in northern hemisphere] and south facing [in southern hemisphere] take more energy to maintain at a comfortable temperature. Radiator sizing also needs to take account of ceiling height. As heat rises a larger radiator size is needed for higher ceilings.

Always check manufacturers data for heat output, stated in BTU/Watt values. Note bathroom towel rail type radiators are generally not suitable to heat a bathroom. Be sure to calculate room heating requirements when choosing a towel radiator.

The table below details the correct values for different types of rooms and locations. The values are based on 1m³. You can multiply the table values by the volume of your room [length x width x height] to see what you need…

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