Avenue Heating has become an expert in the installation of radiators, particularly vertical radiators.
Our experienced, fully-qualified engineers are able to replace existing radiators, as well as install radiators on a wall where there is currently no radiator there presently. We will be able to guide you through the process of where would be the most suitable location and how best we might achieve having the radiator(s) installed.
Installing a radiator into a room requires that the radiator be adequately sized, which will require what is called a “Heat-Loss” calculation to be made. This takes into account the volume of the room, the size and material of windows, wall construction and a few other variables. With this information we will be able to advise you as to what is the most optimal sized radiator for the particular area it is heat.
When carrying out your radiator installation we ensure that we take all reasonable precautions to protect your floors and carpets from damage and staining from dirty water, including the use of dust sheets and stair carpet covers where appropriate.
When selecting Avenue Heating to carry out your radiator installation, you can be sure that you have chosen a company with not only the skills and experience to get the job done, but also a company that genuinely cares about it’s customer’s homes!
If you are thinking of replacing your radiators or installing additional radiators as part of your refurbishment of extension plans, please get in touch today!
St Albans is a cathedral city in Hertfordshire, England located at the east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, 20 miles (32 km) north-west of London. St. Albans, which later became the Roman city of Verulamium, was the first significant settlement for travelers traveling north on the ancient Roman Watling Street. It is located in the Greater London Built-up Area and the commuter belt of London.
St Albans‘ numerous historic inns can be attributed to its past as a small rural market town, a Christian pilgrimage place, and the first coaching stop on the route to and from London. Small and lacking in industry, St. Albans was in the Victorian era.
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