Bespoke Radiators

Pendragon Radiators are a UK company based in the heart of the country in Stourbridge, West Midlands. Their aim is to supply bespoke cast iron traditional period Victorian radiators, direct to your door, with a simple one stop solution by buying through their website saving both time and money.

The process couldn’t be simpler, whether looking to replace existing radiators, or starting from scratch, www.pendragonradiators.co.uk is simple to use, being informative about the radiators required to suit your needs.

The website has a simple BTU calculator to enter your room sizes, so you’ll know exactly what size radiator you require to heat the room. It’s then simply a matter of choosing the radiator design in the finish you like, be it painted, polished, highligthed, antiqued or just plain primer finish to paint yourself. You can choose a valve and wall stays to match and Pendragon will do the rest.

The cast iron radiators will be painted or polished and built to your specified bespoke requirements, pressure tested to meet British standards and delivered to your door on a day of your choosing.

Unlike other companies, we don’t have the radiators built in China and shipped over in preset sizes. The radiators are all built here in the UK at the Lincolnshire factory, enabling you to have radiators built to exact sizes required to heat your room. We can even arrange to have them painted in British Standard colours to match existing colour schemes, although a range of traditional popular colours are available off the shelf.

So if you are looking to buy bespoke Victorian cast iron radiators, give Pendragon Radiators a visit to see what they can do for you.

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