At Wolseley, we know radiators. You can rely on us to have exactly the heating radiators you need to get the job done. From small domestic refits through to large commercial installations, we have the radiators to suit. If you’re unsure of exactly the size or model of radiator you need, be sure to take advantage of our innovative radiator selector tool with a built-in BTU calculator.
We stock radiators from industry leading brands, such as Barlo, Myson and Stelrad, as well the CenterRad range – exclusive to Wolseley. If you’re working on a large installation and need a one-stop shop, our CenterRad big pack deal has everything you need in one handy package, all at a great trade price.
Register a trade account with Wolseley today to get access to our innovative product selector tools, PartsArena, rapid reordering, and free delivery on all orders to your home or site. You can also click and collect from your local branch.
Find answers to some of the most common questions about radiators we receive from our customers.
What is a thermostatic radiator valve (TRV)?
Thermostatic radiator valves are energy efficient, self-regulating valves which can sense the temperature in a room and adjust the temperature of the radiator accordingly by shutting off when the desired temperature is reached. They are an easy way to help control the temperature in your home and save you money on your energy bills.
Why is my radiator making unusual or loud noises?
Noise coming from your radiators isn’t usually anything to worry about, it is often caused by the radiators expanding or contracting as it warms up or cools down. If you hear a whistling noise from the radiator, it may mean that the rate of water flow is too high, this can usually be stopped by turning the valve fully on. Banging or clanking noises can be caused by a build-up of air in the radiator and you may need to bleed it to fix it. If you are concerned about noises coming from your radiator then you should contact your heating engineer to take a look.
Why isn’t my radiator getting hot enough?
This is a common problem and may be due to trapped air within your radiator which may mean it feels warm at the bottom but cold at the top. Bleeding your radiator should fix this. If your entire radiator is cold then check that the valve is fully turned up. Thermostatic valves can occasionally seize up causing the lack of heat in your radiator and requires a heating engineer to diagnose and fix.
Not sure which radiator is right for you?