Mirrored Radiators

Today, technology has taken a giant leap in innovation and style, hence changed the entire concept of a radiator or a heated towel rail. If you are seeking something new and unique, there are the Mirrored Designer Towel Rails and Radiators. The heat radiating unit is fixed between two mirrors.  Comfort will be at its peak, when you adore yourself in a mirror that emits pleasing heat. The Mirrored Radiators are, therefore, designer ones that add style to functionality

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Advnatages of Mirrored Designer Radiators

Designer mirror radiators are another great way to make your heating appliances stylish and talking points. There is a wide choice of tall radiators that have a built in mirror alongside or between two sets of heating panels. This mirror is usually a conventional glass one but some radiators use a stainless steel mirror to great effect. Designer mirror radiators offer a great way to use your space more effectively. Most people have no room for a full length mirrors in their bathroom or hallway. Combining a mirror and radiator into one uses the wall space that the radiator took up just for its heating function allows you to have a radiator that is a design feature as well as a full length mirror where you need it most.

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Polished aluminium and stainless steel mirror radiators give you a much wider mirror surface than radiators with attached mirrors offer as well as making your radiator totally invisible (well, hidden in plain sight). These come in vertical and horizontal formats so there will always be one to fit the space that you have. If you choose a radiator that has a separate front glass or polished aluminium mirror panel then you can change the panel as you change your décor. Mirror radiators are available to suit everyone’s needs and at very fair prices for such high-fashion items.

Disadvantages of Mirrored Designer Radiators

Polished aluminium and stainless steel mirror radiators will get scratched, especially aluminium ones because aluminium is such a soft metal. Glass mirrors are fragile, but they are relatively easy to replace if they are broken. Designer mirror radiators that include a narrow mirror between two sets of heating tubes are limited in their use as a mirror, though they do look good. Make sure you specify a radiator that includes a mirror at least twelve inches wide for it to be usable.