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For over twenty years, the Wooden Radiator Cabinet Company has sought to provide its customers with the finest custom-built cabinets in the country, turning eyesores into elegant and functional furniture. All our products are built in Bristol, Indiana by Mennonite cabinetmakers, in a state-of-the-art woodworking facility, ensuring a quality of construction and attention to detail that is second to none.
The radiator cabinets really look like quality pieces of furniture and we admire them every day.
I want to let you know how pleased my wife and I are with the radiator cover that was delivered last week. We have enjoyed every facet of our dealings with your company… Our home is small but we have lots of radiators!
As This Old House technical editor Mark Powers demonstrates on the following pages, with a little weekend carpentry and about thirty bucks’ worth of MDF and molding, you could customize a cabinet to hide the radiator and reclaim some wasted space.
We would highly recommend this company to anyone and happy to email anyone photos of the covers.
Add a fresh coat of paint and a gleaming metal screen, and the venerable radiator, a living legend, will once again look as hot as it feels.