Evaluate the elements
For any room, radiators are the most conventional heating option. Underfloor heating may be inconspicuous, but radiators allow you to choose the sections that are heated. So, they can be deemed as an eco-friendly solution. Aside from warmth, they can really add to your kitchen design with all manner of shapes, styles and shades. But there are many factors to consider before installation, from your kitchen layout to how often you use your oven.
You’ll also have to check the amount of heat needed by analysing the British Thermal Unit value desirable for your kitchen. Either source a BTU calculator online, use an app on your mobile or quiz your plumber for more details.
Insulating the wall behind your radiator will also maximise the output. For example, if a radiator is positioned away from sight lines, add a foil layer to the wall behind to reflect heat inwards.
Radiators in our Delta range come in brushed or polished stainless steel. In terms of kitchen design ideas, you can use them as a striking feature in their own right or match with appliances for a cohesive look