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King Shade & Window measures and installs custom-made metal radiator covers that are available in a range of colors and wood-grains. If you’re a home or business owner, Contact Us today to get a free estimate for custom-made metal radiator covers. Fresh off the factory floor, with ornate cast-iron fins ready to take their first hit of steam, the radiator was the darling of American plumbing.
As I understand it, you don't like the look of your radiators and are willing to spend good money to hide them. A radiator cover is on show, from the 1st of March 2009, at the Antiques Warehouse, 719 South Street, Glasgow G14 0BX.
Our radiator covers add to the beauty of a room and make your exposed radiators safe for kids and pets. 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.
You are also willing to put lumps of MDF around your radiators, letting it absorb the heat that you are paying gas bills to generate. That is to say, we cut out the shape of your skirting boards on the cover and we plane the back edge of the shelf so that it follows your wall, even if the wall is quite uneven. They are not simply adjustable or come in several sizes, they are made to fit your radiator exactly.
Radiator covers also can improve heating efficiency, fuel economy and provide a more comfortable living zone in your home!
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. Expect to pay ?290-310 for a single cover (the price will come down a tenner each if you take more than one), including measuring, staining, varnishing, delivery, fitting, painting radiator and VAT. Not just paint it to match the colour of the radiator cabinet, we also add some graining effects.
The "Japanese" radiator cover, the "Art Deco" cabinet, and this one here have all been abandoned by the fickle customer. If I have talked you into changing your radiators, feel free to get in touch and ask about the cost, for we can supply them. The price for a painted MDF cover will cost ?30 more than a timber-veneered version and you have to supply (or pay for) the paint if it isn't white, believe it or not.