Paladin Radiators

Paladin Radiators
West Skirbeck House London Road
Boston, Lincolnshire
PE21 7HF
United Kingdom
Phone: 01205 350070

Specialists in manufacturing traditional towel rails and cast iron radiators, UK workshop, fast lead times, full bespoke service, trade accounts available.

Eye-catching, affordable, traditional style cast iron radiators and towel radiators and valves, perfect for period home restoration, barn conversions, new build extensions and new build projects. Extensive stock with large stunning range of cast iron styles to suit every period property, custom built service, custom painting service and hand polished finish available.

Interior design finishes available such as antiqued and highlight paint effects to match an interior perfectly utilising historical colour ranges. Worldwide delivery, competitively priced, renowned service with technical support.

Full trade media pack available with information and full colour trade brochure and images for web site use. Specification information given for clients, architects and heating engineers coupled with professional service, quotations within 48 hours along with reliable delivery service.

Lincolnshire showroom and exhibiting at 6 leading shows per annum, see web site for details.

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2017-05-08 14:27

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2017-03-29 10:31

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2017-03-21 09:31

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