Carron Victorian Cast Iron Radiators

The Victorian range of Carron cast iron radiators are another design that dates back to the 1880s. Despite this, they are in a unique category of radiator that are suitable in both traditional and modern settings. The clean and simple design gives the range a contemporary feel but the shape will also work well in a period home. The finishes available can also be used to reinforce the look you are going for.

The range comes in a 2, 4, 6 and 9 column which means there is a radiator for pretty much any sized room you have. The 6 and 9 column versions have remarkable heat output. The widths and column number can be used in combination to provide comfortable heat distribution no matter the space you have available.

All Carron radiators are provided with a great lifetime warranty. We do not anticipate you will need these as with proper care, these radiators are designed to last.

Delivery times vary depending on the size and finish options chosen, if you get in touch we can give you more accurate times based on your choice of radiator.

Victorian

The design of the Carron Victorian cast iron radiators dates back to circa 1800, making them the ideal choice for use in period and traditional homes. With a clean, simple style the Victorian radiators are available in a range of beautiful finishes to help reinforce your decorating motif.

Where space is at a premium the slim, sleek 2 column style is the perfect fit. The more traditional 4-column is suitable for an average sized rooms in both contemporary and period homes. For larger rooms the 6-column is the obvious choice, while the shorter 9 column is perfectly suited for use in bay windows. With such a range of size choices you can have the same Victorian design throughout your home to create a cohesive and balanced look.

Carron Victorian radiators are also available in a choice of RAL paint colours, including soft buttermilk, French grey, hammered bronze and satin black to name just a few. Each of the paint colours is applied to the primer finish applied by the manufacturer. The primer protects the radiator from oxidisation and provides a good surface for subsequent paints to adhere to.

The antiqued finishes give the Victorian radiators an authentic period look, while the hand-burnished finish is an excellent choice in traditional and contemporary homes.

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