Designer Radiators, South Manchester Showroom

Designer Radiators

We supply contemporary and traditional designer radiators of all sizes and finishes from within our specialist designer radiator showroom. We offer expert advice and very competetive prices to the public and trade.

  • Cast Iron Radiators

  • Art Panel Radiators

  • Contemporary Radiators

  • Electric Radiators

  • Glass Radiators

  • Marble Radiators

  • Stainless Steel Radiators

  • Towel Radiators

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Welcome to A1 Radiators.

A1 Radiators is the UK’s largest showroom of designer radiators. We have a 4000sq ft showroom situated just south of Manchester (approximately 20 minutes drive away from stockport) which displays more designer radiators than any other showroom in the UK and are able to offer more choice and a larger selection than anybody else. We represent your best option for both choice and customer service.

We currently do not sell on the web – we prefer the personal touch of face to face trading where you can come and see your radiator and we can tailor our service to your requirements. We however also take orders and enquiries over the phone or via email and can have your radiators shipped straight to your door. You can visit the showroom any day of the week (we prefer if you call ahead for Sunday viewings so we can ensure that somebody is around) and see our expansive range of over 150 designer radiators. We welcome both the general public and trade enquiries.

At A1 Radiators, we do supply the entire range for every company you see on this website. We therefore encourage you to look at their entire range, something which can be done either in our showroom looking over some of the catalogues or by looking at the manufacturers websites. Even if you don’t see it on the website, simply give us a call or just visit the showroom. We have the ability to supply thousands of designer radiators and can supply everything you need.

Designer Radiators

For the perfect visual heating solution a designer radiator is a must choice.The radiator world has vastly changed over the last 10 years with the introduction of so many innovitive designer radiators.

Designer radiators add that personal touch to any room and with 1000's of different designs now avaiable were conifident we can match your expectations

The designer radiator can simply replace your existing ordinary radiator with no special fittings but what is important is that the radiator meets your heat output  required for any given room.The radiator output is usually given now as WATTS but it is not uncommon to see a btu value ( british thermal unit )Here at A1radiators we can calculate your heat outputs, all that is needed is your room size, length, width and height  plus a few simple questions about your windows.With this information we can determine which size designer radiator would be necessary for any of your chosen designs

A popular designer radiator type is the vertical radiator which stands tall and can be viewed from most angles of the room.Have you ever thought of having more wall space, then the vertical designer radiator is the obvious choice.The vertical radiator comes in a range of heights from 1 meter- 2.4 meters with numerious widths.We invite you to our  showroom to view a huge selection of vertical designer radiators

Cast Iron Radiators

Our range of cast iron radiators are suitable to be installed onto your existing heating system.

Choose from a wide range of cast iron radiator designs which can be painted by our suppliers to your own exact specification.Cast iron radiators come in  various heights typicaly 300-900mm and are made up to your desired width with individual sections built together and pressure tested.Several of our cast iron radiator designs have sections with different column widths which is defined as the side view.To give an example, a classic Victorian cast iron radiator with a height of 760mm with 15 sections built together will be 900mm long- each section being 60mm wide (15x 60mm = 900mm )This radiator has the flexability to have different columns  (side view) 2, 3 or 4 so obtaining the correct heat output is easily achieved.

For rooms which have a problem with resticted radiator height , why not consider the Victorian 9 column cast iron radiator at only 330mm high, with a great heat output per section

Cast iron radiators are a great focal point for any room and with our varied collection of cast iron radiators on display in the showroom were sure you will not be disapointed with your purchase


Call now on 01663 749027 for the lowest priced Designer Radiators

Or visit our dedicated Aeon Designer Radiator online shop.

Alternatively visit our new Designer Radiator online shop.

Popular Designer Radiators

DRC Ellipse

The Ellipse is by far our best selling designer radiator. Great for those on a budget who want the luxury and style of a designer radiator as well as the practicality of a high output radiator.

Aeon Twister

Stainless Steel Radiator
Aeon Twister

One of our most popular Aeon radiators, the twister is a stylish designer radiator for any space.
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Aeon Supra

Stainless Steel Radiator
Aeon Supra

Again one of our most popular Aeon radiators, the Supra is a stylish designer radiator for any space (particularly lounges). Call us on 01663 749027 for the best price in the UK, guarenteed.
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DRC Sphere

Stainless Steel Radiator
DRC Sphere

A hugely versatile designer radiator which fits in any space, this is one of our top sellers amongst our designer range. Prices start at £246 inc VAT
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Terms: All purchased radiators must be opened within 72h and inspected for damage or any problems immediately. Any such problems need to be reported to us within 72h. We do our best to ensure the accuracy of this website but prices are subject to manufacturer changes at any time. All delivery dates/times provided by A1 Radiators are estimates and subject to change. A1 Radiators will not be held responsible for any costs incurred as a result of delayed deliveries, this includes but is not limited to: tradesman costs, loss of earnings through time off work, damage caused by radiators, etc.